I came here to US in january 2008 as an student. Because of the political instability and threat to the family, i couldn't continue my study and i applied for the political asylum. My case went to court and its going on. My visa expired in december of 2012. I dont have work permit either. In this case, will i be the part of immigration reform that is said to take place in near future or my case will be decided by the court?
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There is no reform bill in Congress yet. Therefore it is impossible and inappropriate to speculate on whether or not you'd be eligible for any benefit. Prepare the asylum case as if reform was not going to occur. That is the most pragmatic position to take as it protects your current right to be here. If reform hits, your lawyer will certainly be able to help you.