Every case is different. The law is the law, but what changes are the facts to be able to apply the law. This forum is no the proper venue to hold what is typically a 20-30 minute consultation in an attorney's office.
Even though you have sympathetic factors, does not mean that there is something automatic for you. You should consult with an experienced Immigration Attorney in your area, good luck.
Attorney answers to questions are for general purposes only and do not establish an attorney-client relationship.
Did you apply for DACA? Where are your parents and what is the status? It is best to have a consultation with an immigration lawyer to determine the way forward for you.
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By your question, I assume you didn't apply for DACA. Is that right? Consult an immigration attorney to review all options, if any. I'm in Denver.
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