I applied for political asylum (form i-589) from New York in August 2017. I didn't had the supporting documents at that time. But, I have collected them now. When should I send them and where?
Those must be received by the asylum office and make it to your file no later than one week prior to the scheduled interview.
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You can send them to the Asylum office that has jurisdiction over your case.
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