Part of the delay is due to awaiting some important documents that will be attached at the time of filing as supporting evidence. How is my current status going to affect my case and what if the DHS tracked me down for deportation, what should I do?
Don't worry about it. The main thing is to submit an "approveable" application that is complete. If you are denied at the asylum office interview stage, you will the be "referred" to immigration court and will get a second chance to prove your case to a judge. It is oftentimes easier to win an asylum case in court, in font of the judge, than it is at the asylum office stage.
Best of luck to you!
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