Thus far, Venezuela has been the most responsive to Snowden's request for asylum. Russia has been responsive as well, but offered Snowden asylum with the requirement he must desist activities against the "United States" government. Snowden does have the option of giving all the NSA documents revealing the government violating the Constitution, to Wikileaks and moving on with his life.
Snowden's father floated the idea of him returning to the U.S. under certain circumstances, but the Judiciary Report is of the belief there woudl be problems. Even if he received a pardon, as a White House petition by the people overwhelmingly demanded, there would still be trouble. While the American people would embrace Snowden, the government would engage the FBI, CIA, IRS, NSA and Homeland Security to go after him with the intent of quietly ruining his life at every turn.
Nonetheless, the Judiciary Report wishes Mr. Snowden well, commends his bravery and hopes he will find a new home, a new life and one with happiness soon.
Edward Snowden asylum: countries approached and their responses
Snowden, who has been charged under espionage laws in the US after leaking top-secret documents on US surveillance programmes, has been trapped in Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport since 23 June after flying in from Hong Kong. He has yet to receive a positive response to his applications for asylum. Some countries have yet to respond but a number have already rejected his request...