Yes, you have the option to withdraw your Asylum case at any time. However, it is important to consider whether withdrawing your Asylum case is a wise decision. Simply withdrawing the case does not erase it from your immigration history, and there may still be consequences or questions raised in the future.

While there are instances where individuals have successfully withdrawn their Asylum cases and pursued other immigration avenues without issues, it is not a guaranteed outcome. Each case is unique, and the decision to withdraw should be made after consulting with an immigration lawyer who can evaluate your specific circumstances.

It is important to note that withdrawing your Asylum case may raise suspicions and could potentially lead to further scrutiny or denial of other immigration applications. Some individuals who have withdrawn their Asylum cases and later traveled to their home country where they filed for Asylum have faced challenges in subsequent immigration proceedings, such as removal proceedings or accusations of misrepresentation.

In certain situations, it may be possible to pursue alternative immigration options, such as the EB-3 work permit, without withdrawing the Asylum case. Consulting with an immigration attorney can help you explore your situation’s best course of action, considering the potential implications and available legal strategies.

It is also worth noting that in some cases, individuals with pending Asylum cases may be eligible to apply for emergency advance parole, allowing them to travel for urgent reasons without abandoning their Asylum claim. Again, consulting with an attorney will guide you on the most appropriate steps to take in your specific circumstances to protect your interests and maximize your chances of a favorable outcome.