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Before seeking asylum, make sure you understand the process

Many immigrants currently residing in Colorado made their journeys to the United States through the asylum process. If you're hoping that the U.S. will grant you protection so that you can leave a life of poverty or danger behind, you should know several things before you file an application. It is important to learn as much as you can ahead of time because doing the wrong thing can delay your application or prompt the U.S. government to deny your petition.  

New policy aims to clear backlog of asylum cases

In a recent change to immigration policy, those who have recently claimed asylum will have their cases processed first. Therefore, asylum seekers who have been in California for months or years will continue to wait for their cases to be heard. The process of seeking asylum used to take only a few months, but this is no longer true because of a recent influx of people asking for protection.

Immigration interview questions could cover knowledge of country

Immigration authorities may want to measure a person's knowledge of the United States. To prepare for such questions, people in California who are pursuing documentation to live in the country or seeking citizenship should become familiar with basic facts about the nation and its regions and political leadership.

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