Venezuelan man with asylum petition met Spanish tourist. She has Venezuelan and Spanish nationality. Her siblings are here legally. If they marry, can she go under his asylum petition? Can she get work authorization and social?
He has not had his interview, but has work permit and social. Came to US 2 years ago. His asylum case is not very strong. What happens to them both if he gets denied and they are married?
His asylum was petitioned in Orlando last year.
Yes, it is possible to be added to a pending asylum application, and thereby become eligible for employment authorization.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
Too many questions - it's an hour and a half consultation with an experienced lawyer. After an hour and a half, hopefully things can become more clear. It's not just "one question" you asked... The short answer is "yes", the other questions you have require a private phone or Skype consultation with an experienced lawyer.
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