Please see my answer to the other post you just recently submitted.
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As I stated in your other post:
There is absolutely no way anyone could give advice based on the information provided. You should not provide more detailed information, but you SHOULD immediately contact an immigration attorney. Asylum can be very difficult to obtain and is worth while to make sure you send your best application forward the first time.
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Asylum is very specific and an answer would depend on many variables. You need to have a full consultation with excellent counsel. Get help. Whether or not you qualify for asylum depends on many factors. Good luck.
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