How can I end/remove my derivative asylee status and returning to my country after my divorce?
Question Details: I am a derivative asylee. I entered the US legally based on my spouse asylee status. We decided to be divorced. How can I lose/end my "derivative asylee" status? I am from a different nationality, and I have no problem returning to my country and live there. I have no interest staying in the US and maintaining this status. How can I end it so it causes no problem in my country?
It should not cause you any problems in your home country. If you do not yet have a permanent resident status in the US even if you qualify for one on the basis of the asylum grant, you can simply leave the US and return to your home country.
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