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Asylum Application Withdrawal Letter

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Hi everyone, I'm new in this website...

I'll go straight to the point:

1. I entered legally to the U.S. on 2002 at the Miami International Airport with a Visitor's visa (B1/B2)

2. I applied for Asylum on Oct. 2002 (Miami Asylum Office)

3. Got Biometrics on Nov. 2002

4. Granted EAD on Jun. 2003

5. Had the interview on Feb. 2005; 15 days later I was instructed to appear at the office to pick up the asylum decision. Instead, I received a letter saying that they were going to mail the decision to the most recent address I had provided to them.

4. My Asylum case is still pending, never received any decision in almost 5 years now... It looks like my case got stuck in the middle of bureaucracy...

5. I have contacted the Immigration Court (EOIR) phone (1-800-898-7180) and I am not required to appear in front of an immigration judge yet.

6. I have been renewing EAD since 2003 without any issues

7. On Jul. 2008 I got Biometrics again

8. I got married to an U.S. Citizen on September 2009.

9. My wife submitted the I-130, and I submitted the I-485, I-864 and I-765 applications in November 2009.

10. Biometrics appointment done in December 2009.

11. Interview for AOS interview for March 2010.

I went to the Miami Asylum Office and was told I need to bring a withdrawal letter of my case with a copy of the decision of the AOS interview. They also told me that would not be wise (and common sense too!!!) to bring the letter if I don't get the Resident card (I hope that's not my case!!!).

Now, my question is WHEN should I send the letter to Withdraw my Asylum Application??? Before, After or during the interview??? I know I can hand the letter to the Immigration Officer ONLY AND ONLY after getting the RC.... or Should I take it to the Asylum Office myself after the interview???? I also have been told to bring the letter before the interview... :blink:

Any new information will be greatly appreciated!!!!

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