I entered the United States as an F-1 visa, it's been 5 months that I am here living in a community housing with no job, no school, nothing...
I had my asylum interview in March 2010 in Chicago, and it lasted almost 2 hours. the Asylum officer asked for additional evidence that i could send to him within a week, which I did...
now I am waiting, with my situation getting worse and worse..
Is it because maybe he didn't get that evidence that he's not making any decision on my case?
Do I have to call them?
You are free to call them. Sometimes, it takes around 90 or longer to answer. Why you think he did not get your documents? Do you have proof, you sent it? Always keep a copy and send stuff by registered mail. If the case takes longer, you might want to have an immigration attorney to help.
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