My interpreter wrongly put a huge mistake on the form and during my interview to the officer I told the truth this is mistake made by interpreter. The immigration officer referred cases to the court so what can I do with this inconsistency of my cases during court interview. I was a member of a Parliament and had immunity not to be charged without the will of the Parliament. The government started a procedure to remove my immunity and charge a political criminal through to prison. But I got a USA visa and I came and apply asylum. The interpreter wrongly put as I was in a prison. So what can I do in the court
You absolutely need an experienced asylum attorney to represent you in court, with or without the prior inconsistencies. There are a few strategies to deal with prior inconsistencies, but that determination would come after reviewing your full record. A significant number of applicants are referred to court for so called inconsistencies, but it gets cleared up and the judge can still grant the case. Do not try to do this alone, or with only and interpreter helping you. Especially as a former member of government, your case is probably quite sensitive and complicated.
Lindsey Wilkes www.kayiandwilkes.com NOTE: This answer is meant for general purposes only, and my answer does not establish an attorney client relationship between us. This answer is based on very limited information--without a full review of your history. Small changes in the facts can greatly change the answer. Therefore, I recommend that you consult with an attorney so that all of your history and facts in your case can be considered before you make any decisions in your case.
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