Law Office of Robert B. Jobe - Immigration

Law Office of Robert B. Jobe
550 Kearny Street 2nd Floor, Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94108
Phone: 415-956-5513
Fax: 866-284-1910
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Deportation Defense for the LGBT Community

Deportation and Removal Defense by Experienced Lawyers

Governments do not always protect people from violence. People who identify themselves at lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or intersex often face especially challenging circumstances. Many face violence and find that their governments will not protect them. Once in the United States, they fear that returning to their countries of origin may put their lives at risk.

At Law Office of Robert B. Jobe, in San Francisco, California, we are dedicated to protecting the rights of people in the LGBT community by developing creative legal solutions to complex immigration problems. Our team of attorneys takes even the most complex cases and provides a strong and effective deportation defense.

At our San Francisco, California, law office, our team of attorneys takes even the most complex cases and defends them against deportation. Asylum can be one of the most effective deportation defenses, but others may be available depending on your situation.

Other Forms of Relief

Even if your application for asylum and withholding of removal is not granted by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), you may have other alternatives under the law. At the Law Office of Robert B. Jobe, we use in-depth knowledge of the law to help our clients know and pursue all their immigration options. If LGBT asylum is not an option, we may also pursue other forms of relief:

  • UN Convention Against Torture: The Convention Against Torture is an international document that prohibits the return of people to their home countries if there is reason to believe they will be tortured.
  • Temporary protected status: TPS is a temporary immigration status granted to eligible nationals of certain designated countries.
  • Deferred enforced departure: DED is a temporary immigration status granted to foreign nationals from certain countries.
  • T nonimmigrant status: Known as the T visa, this form of relief provides immigration protection to certain victims of human trafficking.

Our lawyers do in-depth research regarding the political and human rights conditions in countries around the world. We use this information to make compelling arguments to United States immigration judges on behalf of our clients. We also do thorough research on existing case law and statutes related to deportation defense.

We prepare witnesses to testify about the conditions in your country and the impact that persecution has had on you. This includes testimony by expert psychologists who can discuss the emotional issues you may be facing, as well as by university professors who are known experts on specific countries.

Contact Us

By scheduling a confidential consultation with a lawyer at the Law Office of Robert B. Jobe, you can learn about your options for deportation defense in immigration courts. Call our San Francisco, California, law firm at 415-956-5513 or complete our online contact form.

Law Office of Robert B. Jobe
550 Kearny Street 2nd Floor, Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94108

Phone: 415-956-5513
Fax: 866-284-1910


The Law Office of Robert B. Jobe is located in San Francisco and serves the asylum and immigration needs of the LGBT community locally in the San Francisco Bay Area, nationwide and worldwide. Our California clients come to us from places including San Francisco, San Mateo, Berkeley, Oakland, San Jose, Fremont, Redwood City, Daly City, Hayward, Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, San Francisco County, San Mateo County, Alameda County and Santa Clara County.