I am about to change my passport which was issued from my home country long time ago since it will get expired soon, I got referred to an immigration judge two years ago when I first applied for asylum and my application got dined by the immigration officer at that time ( I'm still awaiting for the judge hearing which is scheduled to be on 2019). I'm worried about my asylum hearing as what is the possibilities that it could get affected as I'm going to get new passport and all my paper work of the asylum application (i.e. I-94...etc.) are related to my old passport that is going to be changed. Your advice is highly appreciated.
You posted that you got dined, perhaps you mean denied. https://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/asylum-5
Renewing your passport should not have any effect on your assylum application. Before you renew your passport, make sure you make a copy of the entire passport with all entry and exits stamps and keep it for your record. In some instances, an embassy will keep your old passport and you will need it when your court date approaches.
You can apply for a new passport from your home country. However, such request can cause questions as to the bona fides of your asylum request. Why apply for a passport from the country that is causing you persecution? Perhaps your attorney has access to all the details of your case and can effectively guide you with this issue.
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