I applied for Asylum on August 2013, I obtained my work authorization, my social security number, and my drive license in April 2014, Till now (Dec, 3, 2014) no interview is scheduled for my case and the Asylum Office relied that my case is still pending. I became financially tied now and want to go back home. What should I do to withdraw my pending asylum case and how this will affect me in the future. Thanks
You must submit a written request to the office where your asylum apication is pending. It is not wise to take such action if you truly fear returning to your country. You would have difficulty obtaining asylum in the future. You also will have difficulty obtaining any future visa to enter the United States.
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Unless you have other status if you withdraw claim then you are immediately out of status. The EAD is cancelled and you would be working without authorization.
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You write to the Asylum office and inform them that you are willing to withdraw your application.The address is on the carbon copy receipt you got from there. Giving the overload they are going through, they will be happy to oblige.
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