You do not lose your F-1 status if you apply for asylum. Given your recent travel to your home country, I suggest you take the time to consult with an experienced immigration attorney before you file. He/she will review the facts of your case and determine the strength of your case before you apply. Go to www.aila.org and find local attorneys that represent asylum seekers from your home country. Good luck.
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The year starts from your most recent entry to the US. Your case details will not be shared with your F-1 sponsor or your husband, but certainly the USCIS could request information from your husband to corroborate your statements.
You should maintain your F-1 status during this time.
Please consult with an experienced immigration attorney for details.
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You do not lose F-1 simply because you apply for asylum. However, you must comply with all the F-1 requirements in order to maintain that status.
You need to retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts and advise you accordingly.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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