The hard work of Allison Bollert '13, Frank Luo '15, Svetlana Turova '13, James Hsui '12 and Hanna Morrill '13 recently resulted in a recommended grant of asylum for their client from a West African country. Their client had questioned the results of a government health initiative and was subsequently imprisoned on three occasions and horribly tortured. After leaving the country, his family was also targeted and his spouse also had to flee. This case spanned a summer and two semesters, beginning this past spring with representation by Turova, Hsui, and Morrill. Luo and Bollert followed up over the summer and filed the asylum application. This fall, Bollert finally prepared the client for his asylum interview. Asylum has been recommended on the strength of the client’s testimony, powerful medical and psychological affidavits confirming his torture, and on the comprehensive supporting evidence package assembled by the team. When the client's asylum becomes final, the Safe Harbor clinicians plan to seek derivative asylee status for our his spouse so she can rejoin him in safety in the U.S.