Waiting Asylum decision

No, for employment-based I-485, you need to have legal status.
Pending asylum EAD is not status[/QUOTE
Its not employment based .. My friend who work in. Us air force. Wants to sponsor me in order to get adjustments of status. Do i need to be in status to do that .. On top of that i have master hearing in may 2022.?? What your point of view .
 
My friend who work in. Us air force. Wants to sponsor me in order to get adjustments of status. Do i need to be in status to do that .. On top of that i have master hearing in may 2022.?? What your point of view .???
 

msv5450

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My friend who work in. Us air force. Wants to sponsor me in order to get adjustments of status. Do i need to be in status to do that .. On top of that i have master hearing in may 2022.?? What your point of view .???
Form I-864 is for family-based immigration category. Unless your friend marries you officially, he cannot file I-864.
The fact that you're waiting for master hearing is irrelevant and you do not need to be in status if the immediate relative is a US citizen.
 
So, looks like my clock freeze 2 days ago but clock is still running. Decision is pending though.
Am in status too.
What are the likely scenarios when decisions is mailed and one is in status?
 

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My friend who work in. Us air force. Wants to sponsor me in order to get adjustments of status. Do i need to be in status to do that .. On top of that i have master hearing in may 2022.?? What your point of view .???
A “friend” cannot sponsor you in the USA for a green card. You need an immediate relative or an employer. Since this is an asylum forum, want to add that once you get asylum, you can file I-485 after 1 year without any sponsorship
 

msv5450

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So, looks like my clock freeze 2 days ago but clock is still running. Decision is pending though.
Am in status too.
What are the likely scenarios when decisions is mailed and one is in status?
If t says decsion is pending, it means nothing.

Does it say decision was mailed?
 
If decision is showing pending and clock freeze , that the system glitch . It doesn’t mean any thing. My friend got his decision and it’s approved but online his status was showing decision pending for a month. So what I get that some times system doesn’t get updated . Hope you get positive decision soon.
Thanks
 
Hello again guys I inquired about my case and this is the answer I got “This case is under supervisory review. Once the review has been completed we can continue case processing. If you do not receive your decision in ninety days, please feel free to reach out to our office again.” Does it mean something? I’m so confused
Hey did you get any update?they told too case under supervisory review.can you share please.
 
Sure just that you can't file it yourself but you can get experience lawyer who's familiar with mandamus to do it for you.... Also the fee i paid was 5,000$.
Hey I just renew my AED a week ago and now when I check my Lin number it’s saying Case Was Updated To Show Fingerprints Were Taken is somebody have any idea?
 

msv5450

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Hey I just renew my AED a week ago and now when I check my Lin number it’s saying Case Was Updated To Show Fingerprints Were Taken is somebody have any idea?
ignore the case tracking website. It's inaccurate. Only pay attention if it either says "Decision was mailed" or "fees were waived"
 

msv5450

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I have an update for everyone.

My lawyer said that since the Application Support Centers are closed and the new applicants cannot get fingerprinted, the asylum officers are calling the backlogged old applicants from years ago and summon them for interviews.

Also, they no longer allow you submit any evidence on the day of interview. Everything must be submitted at least 72 hours before the interview
 
I have an update for everyone.

My lawyer said that since the Application Support Centers are closed and the new applicants cannot get fingerprinted, the asylum officers are calling the backlogged old applicants from years ago and summon them for interviews.

Also, they no longer allow you submit any evidence on the day of interview. Everything must be submitted at least 72 hours before the interview
If USCIS makes such significant changes like not allowing evidence on day of interview. They will categorically put this important information on their website.
Please, ignore this development. It's very unrealistic until the agency notes such on It's webpage.
 
If USCIS makes such significant changes like not allowing evidence on day of interview. They will categorically put this important information on their website.
Please, ignore this development. It's very unrealistic until the agency notes such on It's webpage.
Hi Facescar, without the encouragement of creating any controversy and with all due respect, I think that each information provided in the forum is important, if for some reason we don't believe it, we need to do our own research, it's responsible that we can cite some source of information that contradicts it.

I think that a lot of information that will never appear on the USCIS pages appears here derived from the experience of each one of us, so at least I am grateful for every drop of information I can read (without consulting any shark lawyer). (@msv5450) He's placing information that is transmitted to him by his lawyer (without being obliged to share with all of us), let's be cautious, here there are many people who only have the opinions of this forum to seek any possible answer or hope for their case, let's be empathetic. Information is power .. so let's let it flow freely.

Stay all safe.
 
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