Client had been ordered removed from the U.S. after an Immigration Judge had determined that he was not eligible for asylum. The client then appealed to the Board of Immigration Appeals (“BIA”) and the BIA dismissed his appeal. The client was now fearful of having to leave the U.S. and leaving his family behind. Our attorneys carefully reviewed his asylum case and filed a motion to reopen his case based on his well-founded fear of future persecution if removed to his native country. Our legal papers pointed out and, our attorneys argued that our client’s well-founded fear of future persecution was based on changed country conditions based on evidence that was not available at the time of his removal hearing. Our attorneys concurrently filed a Stay of Removal with ICE so the client could remain in the U.S. until his asylum case was heard. Our request for the Stay of Removal was approved.