If you last entered the US more than one year ago, you can still submit the I-589 form for asylum but your application will be considered a Withhold of Removal case rather than asylum case which carries a higher burden of proof and is harder and will not get you a green card if you win. The only way you can still apply for actual asylum is if you can prove there were extenuating circumstances as to why you did not file within entering the US. You can try to explain on form I-589 if you have a reason and the asylum officer will decide to accept it or not.
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