I'm sorry for your circumstances, going through a divorce isn't easy much less when there are immigration consequences.
Originally Posted by elly
I actually received my asylum after filing a Non Pro Tunc petition. I was on my mother's asylum application and after a long story of difficulties I had to file my own petition. However, one thing that's different is my mother's application was never granted and always on pending status. You say asylum was granted, are you sure you need to file your own petition after you have already been granted asylum?
I think because of the uniqueness of your case you should consult a lawyer, there are a lot of Pro-bono immigration lawyers that can help if funds are an issue.
I wish you and your family the best on this painful journey.
Added to Mom's Asylum Application: 1990
Mom gets PR status via NACARA:5/2005
Mom's Asylum App withdrawn: 5/2005
Applied for Asylum self: 6/2005
Asylum Interview: 12/2006
Asylum Granted: October 31, 2007
I-485, APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS
Notification Date(ND): January 30, 2009
Bio Code 3: February 19, 2009
September 10, 2009 "Card production ordered."
September 14, 2009: Welcome letter received.
September 17, 2009: Permanent Resident Card received.