Asked about 1 year ago - Manhattan, KSFlag
In my asylum interview at Kansas City field office, the interviewing officer looked convinced about the danger to my life by the Taliban if I returned back to my country Afghanistan.
After the interview, when I asked him would my case be referred to the immigration judge if it is rejected he said that although he could not tell me on the spot that I would be granted asylum, he could tell me that I had a good interview. I took that as a good sign. He also told me that I would receive a mail containing the decision on my case after 2 to 4 weeks.
More than 3 months has passed without any decision but they said my case is being processed and is under review and a final decision has not been made.
Does the interview officer make the decision or there is a team? What can be the delay for?
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