Asylum interview Delay

Asked over 1 year ago - Long Beach, CA

Dears ,

I am in Los angeles county and i am on F2 Visa . I have applied to asylum on Feb/01/2013 . And i have received my FP letter and done it at Feb/8/2013 .

Till then i didnt hear back from them . No interview letter nothing. So my question is as following ....

Since i am on F2 Visa and on status , Does it takes more time than expected ?

Do i have to send them something after the fingerprint , even though my my lawyer doesn't ask me to do such thing.


Please advice as i need to work since my financial situation is so bad and have kids and they are Americans by born.


Please Guys advice me ASAP .

Thanks and Regards ,
Abuborno .

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  1. Carl Michael Shusterman

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    Answered . Be patient. It takes more than a few weeks to get an appointment, and rarely do asylum applicants qualify for a work permit.

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  2. J. Thomas Smith Ph.D.

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    Answered . No, there is nothing you have to send. Your application will be processed and a decision rendered in due course. It is unlikely that you will get a work permit unless your asylum application is approved. I suggest you express your concerns to your attorney.

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  3. Alexander Joseph Segal

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    Answered . First, it is not a delay at all. You have to send them nothing. Just be patient please.

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