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Providing false information in any US immigration application can lead to serious consequences. Filing a "frivolous" asylum application can bar or prevent all future immigration benefits. If your friend's asylum application is truthful, aside from using a false name, and it is still pending, then your friend should see an immigration attorney and find out if it is possible to add a correction to her file. If the application has been denied, it is not possible to file a new application, even in a new (true) name. Only one asylum application may be filed.
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Filing false applications is not good.
Filing 'dueling' asylum applications in 2 countries is not good.
Meeting with an attorney in private ... is a good idea.
Franco Capriotti - Senior Immigration Counsel
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