It will allow you to come to the US as an asylee, but it won't expedite your application.
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That will allow you to come and join your husband in the US, but will not expedite your application.
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Your marriage just allows your husband to bring you into the US as a Derivative Asylee. It does not give you rights for expedited processing. However, there are other grounds to make that request, but you should consult an attorney.
I agree with my colleagues. It will permit you to enter the United States, but you will still need to go through the process to acquire your asylum status. You should contact an attorney to assist you with this process.