I have my asylum case pending for 2 years. Haven't got any result till now. I'm married with US Citizen. And my husband just filed a Petition through married for me.
I would not withdraw it until your green card is approved
Are you in removal proceedings?
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Are you in removal proceedings? You really should be working with an immigration attorney, these are complicated applications.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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Congratulations on getting married. An asylum case should not take two years to process. Now that you are married to a US citizen you may qualify to adjust status and get your green card. It depends on how you entered the country and if you have a criminal record. It may be possible to either terminate or administratively close your asylum proceeding to allow you to apply for your green card.
Patricia Elizee, www.elizeelawfirm.com