You should not, not even for your father's funeral. At least wait until you become a US citizen. If you now travel back to the country from which you claimed "persecution" and "fear" in order to obtain asylum, then you may not be readmitted to US and may forever give up this form of immigration relief.
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Don't do it. You can lose your asylum status.
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Very risky proposition but very short and innocent visits may be forgiven. I have had cases when such visits were in fact forgiven but my clients had to go through very tough times on account of their visits to the countries they asked asylum from.Ask a similar question
Contact an immigration attorney to help you.
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