I am an asylee now granted in the court.
Initially I applied in the asylum office when I was on visitor visa but my case was not approved and was transferred to the immigration court in removal proceedings by the time I was out of status(my visitor visa expired by that time).and got approved by the court(after 4 years.
My question do i need a waiver of inadmissibility or i am exempted of that
I need a certain answer
The only reasons you would need a waiver would be for committing fraud or criminal offenses, however you don't need one for being an overstay or failing to maintain your status prior to your grant of asylum by the court.
In a year from the date you were granted asylum, you'll file for your residency using Form I-485 and G-325. You won't need an affidavit of support. However, you will need to submit a proper medical exam and a copy of the judge'said order granting you asylum.
Here is a certain answer - it depends on the reasons for which your case was referred to court and whether there was visa fraud or misrepresentation involved.
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You are an asylee now, so no just wait a year before you receive your green card. Good luck.
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A waiver for what? For being an 'overstay'? No, there is no need for a waiver.
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