I received NOID ( Notice of Intent to Deny) and then submitted new evidences within 16 days for my political asylum. But I haven't got any decision made on my case yet and it has been 3 months already. I am applying for US Army in the meantime. Would this pending asylum case be a big hurdle for me to get enlisted in US Army?
Your big hurdle is you are not eligible for the army because you are not a permanent resident of citizen. If you are approved for asylum, you'll be on your way. If you are denied, you need to speak with a lawyer immediately. It would actually be wise to speak with a lawyer now because if you are missing information in your asylum application a lawyer may be able to cure the problem before a decision is made.
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