I’m asylum situation in united state
I send form i598 with all documents 1 year ago to immigration
And until now I’m in the waiting list for interview
But I have question some friend he has like my situation He fill it out those form (form I-485 form I-693 form G325A form I-90) and send for immigration
I ask question to this situation (my asylum case is pending) need to fill out that form or no?
Thanks for your answer
The only form you need to file if you didn't yet , is the work authorization application ( form I-765). You do not need to file any of these application. I do not know why your friend filed those. When you got interviewed and your case was approved , you may then after one year from the date of your approval file I-485 and G325 , I-693 for Adjusting your status. It appear that your friend has a approved asylum case within last year.
No, if you have not been granted asylum you are not eligible to file for adjustment of status.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
Your friend is applying for a green card (adjustment of status). You are not eligible yet. You first must get your asylum approved, and after 1 year you can apply for adjustment.
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