The asylum interview is the most important step of your asylum procedure, as it will determine if you will receive an asylum status or be rejected. Bring your personal documents (identity card, passport, birth certificate) and any documents and other proofs you have to confirm your story. For example: If you were assaulted and injured in your home country and that is the reason why you left, you should bring all the medical certificates you received at that time. If you suffered severe wounds, you can also bring pictures of them or pictures of the scars you have on your body. Or if there are articles in the local newspaper or reports in the internet that confirm your story, you can also bring them. In the end, it will be useful to bring everything that can substantiate your story about why you had to flee your country of origin (like for example: pictures, rental contracts, letters, employment contracts, etc...). Mobile Info Team has compiled an info material with all necessary information about your asylum interview. Click here to have a look: https://www.mobileinfoteam.org/asylum-interview.