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Green Card through a refugee/asylee status

Once an asylee has had asylee status for a year, he/she may apply for a green card by filing a Form I-485 (Application to Register Permanent Residence Status or Adjust Status). After the application has been submitted, USCIS will send a notice to applicants over 14 years old of an appointment to have his/her fingerprints taken after which it should mail the green card to the applicant’s home address.

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Refugees must apply for permanent resident status one year after being admitted to the United States. While asylees are not required to apply for this status, they may do so after being granted asylum for one year. Permanent resident status allows asylees to become U.S. citizens in the future. It also makes their spouse and children eligible for a green card if they were (1) admitted to the U.S. as asylees or (2) included in the permanent resident’s grant of asylum.

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Form I-485

If you have asylee or refugee status, you may apply for your green card by filing a Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust status. This form will include your history with immigration, as well as criminal background, and other relevant information.

Form G-325A

A Form G-325A, Biographic Information, must also be included with your paperwork. This form includes your family information, as well as previous addresses and places of employment.

Form I-693

In addition to the above mentioned forms, an authorized civil surgeon must prepare a Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record (Form I-693), which you must file together with your application. In sum, this form requires a physical exam to be completed by a doctor who has been designated by USCIS. The doctor will complete the form and place it in a sealed envelope. This envelope is not to be opened and should be sent sealed to USCIS with your application.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if an asylee does not want to apply for a green card?
Unlike refugees, asylees are not required to apply for a green card after 1 year. If an asylee does not apply, however, he/she will risk losing asylum status with right to remain in the U.S. Loss of asylum status can occur when country conditions in the home country change or when the person no longer meets the definition of an asylee because of changed circumstances.
If I didn’t include my family in my asylum application, can they get green cards as well?
Yes if all of the following applies. First, the family relationship had to exist before the asylee received his or her status. Second, only spouses and children under 21 can file the Refugee/Asylum Relative petition (Form I-730). Third, once the relative petition is approved the relative has to wait one year before applying for a green card.
I am HIV positive. Will my green card application be denied?
A medical examination, form I-693, should be completed in advance and included with the green card application. While the medical examination does require an HIV test and HIV is a ground of inadmissibility, asylees and refugees may apply for a waiver.
What is the asylee green card process?
After all required applications have been filed with USCIS the applicant will receive a notice of action confirming that agency has received and is reviewing the forms. USCIS will often grant the green card application without an interview. In some cases, an interview will be scheduled. At the interview a USCIS officer will focus on eligibility for the green card, not the underlying asylum claim. An officer, however, may ask questions regarding the asylum claim if he/she suspects frauds or has questions as to whether the applicant continues to meet the standard for an asylee. If an applicant entered with fraudulent documents, a waiver is available.
What is the processing time for an asylee green card application?
Currently the average processing time for an asylee green card application is between 2-6 months. This time frame can change depending on the number of applications being reviewed at the service center.
What are the asylee’s requirements to apply for a green card?
  1. You must be physically present in the U.S. 1 year after receiving asylum;
  2. you must still be a refugee;
  3. you have no resettled in another country; and
  4. you are not inadmissible for any reason or you deserve a waiver.

When can you apply for a green card?

If you were granted asylum while present in the US, you may apply one year after your application has been approved. Asylees are not required to apply for a green card after 1 year, however, it is likely in your best interest to do so. The law requires you to apply for a green card 1 year after being admitted in the U.S. as a refugee. If you entered the U.S. as a refugee or as a qualifying family member of an asylee, you may apply for your green card 1 year after entering the U.S.

Spouse and children who were admitted to the U.S. as asylees or if they were included in your grant of asylum, may also apply for a green card.

What is a refugee?

A refugee is a person who has had to flee his/her home country for fear of persecution, war, or violence. These people are typically victims of mistreatment in their home country because of their religion, political views, or race. They also may be fleeing war or violence. Applicants for refugee status are typically outside of the U.S.

What is an asylee?

An asylee is a person who is seeking protection as a refugee and has applied for asylum or has received asylum. Asylum is given by the United States government to people who cannot return to his/her home country for fear of persecution. People who are granted asylum are typically victims of mistreatment in his/her home country because of his/her religion, political views, or race. Once a person is granted asylum he/she is protected from deportation and may remain in the United States.

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