hello ,i have widraw my asylum application from asylum office. can i go back go home country .wiil they stop me and put in removal proccedings ?or they will creat problums while leaving the state?
thank you very much
can i be charged criminally?
Have no fear - you can pack your belongings and call either Uber or Lyft once outside the door and be driven to the airport.
There are no "immigration controls" at the airport when departing the USA. You will, however, need your valid national passport to be able to check-in to your international flight and pass the TSA airport security lines.
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You can leave the US and as long as you have a valid travel document to enter your home country, you should not have any problems. You will not be criminally charged or put in removal proceedings.
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I agree. You can withdraw your application and return. The asylum process is confidential and no one will know that you applied here.
You should send a letter to USCIS notifying them about your withdrawal of asylum application.
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