Please see the answer to your other question.
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You need to have your case evaluated by an immigrant attorney. You may get married while your asylum case is pending, HOWEVER, you will face proving that this marriage is legitimate..it is a difficult burden to prove because they presume the marriage took place in order to avoid removal. Getting married does not of itself terminate your asylum case/immigration court proceedings...there is much more involved and paperwork that must be prepared to seek status through a legitimate marriage to a lpr or usc. Without knowing specifics about you and your case, it is difficult to answer your question more specifically. Good luck.
You can get married. I would need to consult with you to determine what could happen to your asylum case.
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