I applied for asylum in miami then i moved to texas, i did my ar-11 address change but i didn't send any information to the miami asylum office.. now i am got my green card based on marriage, so i want to withdraw my asylum pending aplication but now i dont know where to send the letter requesting withdraw my case .. should be the miami asylum office or the houston asylum office ?
Were you already interviewed by the asylum office? I don't think so. Thus, send the withdrawal letter to each the Miami and Houston asylum offices.
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Send a letter of withdrawal for your I-589 ... include a copy of your receipt and also your new greencard.
Keep a copy of what you send and make sure to use US Postal Service Certified Mail with a Return Receipt and Delivery confirmation.
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