Anyone who has:

  • Persecuted others;
  • Engaged in terrorist acts;
  • Been convicted of certain serious crime in the United States;
  • Committed certain serious non-political crimes outside the United States;
  • Been denied asylum in the past;
  • Resettled in a third country;
  • Been offered asylum in a third country; or
  • Been or will be a danger to U.S. national security

Other options such as Withholding of Removal (WOR) or relief under the Convention Against Torture (CAT) may be available for those who are ineligible to apply for asylum.