My I 485 based on marriage to US citizen got denied due to misrepresentation of material fact on my asylum application. If my I 601 gets denied and I appear in front of immigration judge, how likely is it he will give me frivolous asylum given the fact that I admitted the misrepresentation on my 601 application.
It is possible that an immigration judge could review the asylum application and then make a finding that it was frivolous. A finding that an asylum application was frivolous carries serious and significant immigration consequences. I suggest that you consult with an immigration attorney very soon.
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It is possible.
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You should consult an immigration attorney as soon as possible. Being in front of an Immigration Judge is a very serious process and the government will have an attorney representing them so you need an attorney to represent you. It is possible that you will be charged with having a frivolous asylum claim.
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Not clear what you are asking, however there are severe immigration consequences for filing a frivolous asylum application, besides the consequences of immigration fraud generally.
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