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I’ve been in the US for a while and I’ve seen political offices change and administrations come and go. The court rulings to change regulations at department of homeland security but doesn’t come that fast enough it takes years. Sometimes executive actions create more chaos like we saw in 2016 to 2020.I came when Hon Janet Napolitano was DHS and the deportations of Asylees was occurring en mass. You can imagine that was during Barack Obama switch game we people thought he was the progressive leader. I mentally had to fight to put into submitting my asylum case. The process taught me that personal fight create change.Do you remember when your Employment authorization card expired After one year? you basically added for only eight Months of waiting after applying and it was not guaranteed it was going to be approved- I sued USCIS in Seattle with NWRIP and we won they now give 2 years worth of EADs! I don't bank on court fights and political actions; I want the real fight to come from the work I put on.+just adding here: Do not pin your hopes and dreams on court cases or political changes. Nothing happens there, even if it does, you are looking at 10+ yrs of court fights etc. Work with what you have, the current conditions, even if they are difficult. Fight the system now, but your fight should not be about hoping for political change or court victories.