No, unlikely as the two applications are independent of each other.
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I highly doubt it. These are separate issues and as long as you maintain your status throughout the pendency of your applications, you should be fine.
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Typically no, unless there was fraud or other impropriety in relation to the Asylum application.
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The answer depends on the basis for denial and whether there was a finding by the Immigration Judge (IJ) of a frivolous application. That can be answered only by reviewing your asylum application and the decision of the IJ. You should get yourself to an immigration attorney for a review of your file and an opinion based on a review of all the facts..
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