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The affirmative application for asylum is filed with the USCIS and it contains the basic information about the applicant and his/her case. The critical elements of the asylum application must be filed at least one week before the interview and should include a detailed applicant's affidavit, legal memorandum, supporting documentation including identity documents, expert affidavits, and other corroborating evidence.
The applicant's affidavit is probably the most important part of the asylum case because the credibility of the applicant's testimony can be sufficient to sustain his/her burden of proof. At the interview, the asylum officer will question the applicant regarding the veracity of the contents of the application and his/her claim for asylum. The applicant's attorney is also allowed to present a short closing argument on behalf of the client.
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