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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Long Wait Time to Asylum Decision

      Asylum cases are often resolved (favorably) by Immigration Judges at individual court hearings.  Sadly, however, applicants must wait an average of TWENTY months before their case is solved according to a recent article in The Washington Post.  That's 20 months without seeing family members left behind in the homeland and 20 months without knowing whether the future involves buying a home or moving to another country.
Clock Face Time Stock Image      Reducing the wait time is one part of the comprehensive immigration reform package which will be proposed this year.  In the meantime, I urge applicants to wisely use the wait time to gather evidence such as affidavits from persons abroad or homeland newspaper articles about others who experienced similar harm.

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