Ways to Discover Your Asylum Status

When you are in the process of filing an immigration application in the United States, the stress of knowing what to do and where to find your application decision can be overwhelming. Fortunately, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) allows you to verify the status of any immigration process provided in the country, even if it is an affirmative asylum application in the USA.

This way, you will be aware of any updates in your asylum application so that you know exactly when you receive a result, and can go through the proper channels directly after receiving a positive response to your application.

Please note that, if you need assistance with an asylum application issue in the USA, our asylum attorney can help you find all the answers you need, so that you can make the right arrangements for your status with confidence. Schedule an appointment today and review your case with our team!

What is the status of an asylum application in USA?

When we talk about the status of the asylum application in the USA, we refer to whether or not a decision has been made to grant asylum to the applicant by the USCIS, and any updates on a particular application’s progress. This can be done after filing the form I-589 “Application for Asylum and for Withholding of Removal”.

You may be notified regarding your application decision by the USCIS within the established waiting period to conduct a study on your case. This evaluation will be conducted by USCIS officials who determine whether you meet the requirements to be granted asylum at the time of your application.

While this is a relatively straightforward process, and one that you can do online from anywhere, you may need some assistance from an asylum attorney who understands the process used by the USCIS in order to help you navigate this, and to keep you updated on the progress of your application.

What do I need to know about the situation of my affirmative asylum application in the USA?

Before you can verify the status of your affirmative asylum application in the US, it is important that you have submitted all the necessary information required by your application. This will ensure that your application will be reviewed without delay and progress normally. 

The information you need to gather:

  •       Your A-number (the 8-9-digit number after the letter “A”)
  •       Legal name and, if otherwise, the name appearing on your application
  •       Your birth date
  •       Date and venue of your interview for asylum, if applicable

If you prefer to complete this process in person, there is also the possibility of appearing at a USCIS office in the United States to request information on the status of your affirmative asylum application, and providing all of the above-mentioned data.

3 steps to find out the status of your affirmative asylum application

Once you have each of the requested data available, including the receipt number that was sent to your email after initiating the affirmative asylum application, you can find the status of your case by following these steps:

  1. Go to the “Case Status Online” website.
  2. Complete the online form using the receipt number sent to your email address.
  3. Then click the “check status”.

Next, the system will provide you with all the information you need to know about updating your affirmative asylum application in the USA. Please note that the general turnaround time for receiving a decision on this type of application is usually around 180 days following your submission.

Do you need assistance from our asylum attorney? If you have doubts about your application process, or would like more information about the waiting period for your application, do not hesitate to contact our asylum attorney to get all the legal assistance you need. Schedule an appointment today!


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