Good day. my interview for asylum is scheduled for November but things has changed in my country i won't have enough proof to show my fear to go back to my country but i'm currently married to a US citizen my wife want to sponsored me to apply for green card so that i can cancel my asylum case. do you think this can affect or help me. please i need you help thank you.
Better move to "withdraw" the pending asylum application now - it's going to be tricky. Best to do so with an experienced lawyer.
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