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    Hi,all,
    I am about to apply for an asylum. Have a few questions. Sorry if they are dumb- I am just an old man.

    1. Does my application for asylum effect in any negative way status of my grown up children who are students here?
    2. If my application is rejected, am I gonna have problems with getting US guest visa in the future?
    3. Can my relative be a translator during the interview?
    4. Where do they put you after you given a status of asylee? Who determines that and how?
    Thank you all in advance.

  • #2
    Hi,all,
    I am about to apply for an asylum. Have a few questions. Sorry if they are dumb- I am just an old man.

    1. Does my application for asylum effect in any negative way status of my grown up children who are students here?
    2. If my application is rejected, am I gonna have problems with getting US guest visa in the future?
    3. Can my relative be a translator during the interview?
    4. Where do they put you after you given a status of asylee? Who determines that and how?
    Thank you all in advance.

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    • #3
      First of all what is your current status.

      1.It depends if you will include them in your asylum application.

      2. Maybe yes maybe no depends on the visa officer.

      3.I believe you can if not you will get a court appointed translator.

      4. Don't understand the question please explain.
      I am not a lawyer nor do I claim to be one so please double-check any information given by me, or anyone else for that matter, with a certified (immigration)lawyer before you take any further steps

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      • #4
        1. Not if they are citizens, residents, or valid nonimmigrant students maintaining visa status
        2. You will never get a nonimmigrant visa
        3. Translators should be an uninterested 3rd party
        4. If you are granted asylee status (by DHS or the court) you get an employment card and set loose to make your way in the US. If you are denied, then you are sent to jail for deportation.

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