I have an individual asylum hearing and I am married to US citizen and I have a child, file I-130 pending for 5 months would it be possible to switch to adjust of status through marriage during the individual asylum hearing
I have no money for a lawyer,and the asylum case needs a lot of money and work which I can not afford. Please any advice will be very useful
You should not wait until the Individual hearing to do so. Inform the Court and ICE that you plan to file for adjustment, file the applications with Court and ICE, pay the fees.
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Everything is possible but to do that your attorney needs to take a number of preliminary steps and not to wait until the actual hearing.
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If you are eligible for adjustment of status, you should apply. You will still have to prove that your asylum claim was not frivilous.
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