I'm Asylum applicant , I'm out of status , I had interviewed from more than 6 months , till now no decision , why do you think ?

my lawyer sent many inquiries but no answer , while I was in the interview the officer said they'll send the decision in 2 weeks , till now no decision , do you think they accept and make check background or why ? what's your gut feeling ?

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Andrew Marino Bramante

Andrew Marino Bramante

Immigration Attorney - Cleveland, OH
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It may be a good sign. Ask your lawyer to follow up with the asylum office.

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Robert Louis Brown

Robert Louis Brown

Immigration Attorney - Cleveland, OH
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You cannot deduct any meaning from the amount of time it takes for a decision, except that it is still ending. With a delay of six month you should may want to try another inquiry.

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Rodrigo Ivan Canido

Rodrigo Ivan Canido

Immigration Attorney - Palo Alto, CA
Answered

Without knowing many more details about your case this is difficult to answer.

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Michael Hugh Carlin

Michael Hugh Carlin

Immigration Attorney - Ann Arbor, MI
Answered

My gut tells me that more information is needed. You should speak to your attorney about your concerns.

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Giacomo Jacques Behar

Giacomo Jacques Behar

Immigration Attorney - San Diego, CA
Answered

How can anyone meaningfully answer your question without knowing anything about your case, your testimony during the asylum interview, your credibility (or lack thereof) , etc?? Only your lawyer knows, since he/she was with you from the beginning in this.

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