I got the hearing date for june 1 if I fail then can I still plead to the court for next hearing or is it the final decision? will I be deported?
Is the June1 date the Individual merits hearing? If so, that would be the final decision. If denied asylum at that stage, you could appeal within 30 days to the BIA and if denied that appeal, you could appeal to the Circuit Court with a Petition for Review within 30 days of that denial. You should talk to your immigration lawyer handling your removal case. You should not be defending yourself pro se.
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For any asylum case, you really need an attorney. Hopefully some colleagues from California will chime in and suggest how you might be able to find legal representation if you are unable to afford a lawyer.
If the immigration judge set the case for an individual hearing for June 1, 2012, then that will be your only opportunity to present your case and normally the judge will enter a final decision on that day. If you do not agree with the decision you will have an opportunity to appeal the case to the Board of Immigration Appeals.
You need to find legal representation immediately. Your chances of success increase substantially with an experienced immigration lawyer.
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It is not clear from your facts if this is a Master Calendar hearing or a Merit hearing. If it is a merit hearing be ready.If you have already pled and sought affirmative relief then it is generally a Merit hearing.
You have several Appeals after the Immigration Judge decides your case. You need to have a competent lawyer so that you do not have to fear deportation unless you have hopeless case. I wish you success.
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