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What happens after Asylum interview?

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In the correspondence that I had with the asylum office a 3 months after the interview, I was informed that my case is being processed and is under review. After 4 weeks I have not received any decision on my case yet. My question is that how long usually the process last? Also is it possible that a case under process be set aside indefinitely before any decision or once it is started a decision would be made?

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It is impossible to predict the time that you would have to wait for a decision.


I agree with my colleague. Asylum cases are complex and the USCIS has to review a lot of things in your case. I strongly suggest that you seek the help of an experienced immigration attorney.

Law Office of Luis A. Guerra (954) 434-5800. This answer is of a general nature and should not be relied upon as final, nor is it intended as legal advice.


Possible scenarios are the following:
1. Your asylum is granted,
2. Your asylum is denied and referred to the respective immigration court for the de novo review,
3. You are notified of the Intent to Deny asking for a Rebuttal within ten days.
For a more accurate assessment of your case please seek clarification from the attorney of record who handles your case.

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This is a duplicate question. -- -- Senior Legal Counsel -- Capriotti International Law -- Legal disclaimer: This answer is offered for informational purposes only. It does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. Contact the American Immigration Lawyers Association for a referral to an experienced immigration attorney.

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