It is never a wise idea if you are the principal applicant, because CIS could move to terminate your asylee status. Speak with an attorney before going.
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Mr. Maina is right. If you have been granted asylum it is because you have told the U.S. government that you fear returning to your home country; it goes against that if you travel there by your own choice. Absolutely talk to an attorney before you return.
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This is not a good idea.
The whole concept of asylum is that you are afraid that you would be persecuted if you went back home.
Wait until you are a US citizen before attempting travel into that 'dangerous' place.
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