Wow. Don't take it so personal. Keep in mind that you are not "entitled" to any benefits. Your application is likely being processed in the normal course of business. Each application is being evaluated on its own merits. Your issues are different from "some people." Some are "under review." Some will get a "request for evidence", and some will be denied. You can be certain that you will receive notification in due course. Perhaps tomorrow. It's been taking a few months on average. Be patient and optimistic. Good luck to you.
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I have some clients for whom I filed a DACA application in October and we're still waiting for a response for those. Try to be patient, the delay doesn't necessarily mean that they're going to deny your application. Time in Immigration Land moves much more slowly than most of us are used to and it's common for applications to take months to be processed.
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