Once you become a US citizen you are no longer an asylee. people do it all the time, I just would not do it the day after the oath ceremony.
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I would not recommend it.
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As a U.S. Citizen, you can travel to any country with the full faith and credit of the U. S. The challenge with returning to your home country may have more to do with the nature of your original departure and the potential risk to your well being. Good luck.
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