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Teenage illegal (??) Immigration

Sorry this will be a kind of long read

Hello. I came to America 3 years ago to escape a horrible culture and country. Nigeria. It's not as bad as Syria and Iraq but it was bad. And Im almost 17. My mom can't come into the us right now because of covid and closing of airport. And I don't know when that will open. So I'm stuck.

The people I'm living with are not the best of people. Tbh, they suck and it's detrimental to my mental health and they always threaten to kick me out and ruin my life.

So my question is what can I do for myself to set up to get a green card. That's only what I need. Then I can join the military and do something worthwhile.

Is there anyway I can file for myself or my highschool can help me. Or any organization. Pls this is urgent. I will contact my school counselor tommorow and ask her how she can help.

I'm probably going to be homeless very soon because the family I'm staying with is blaming me of "witchcraft" and that I'm climbing "up through them while ruining their lives". And I'm being threatened as usual and being blamed for their failures.

Please I will appreciate any help!

Note: I'm an illegal immigration. My mom can't help and the family I'm staying it will not help me. And if they do. They'll hold it over my head till I die and try to control my life forever because they helped me.

EDIT: I am in a public school. School knows I am an illegal immigrant. I came with tourist visa and never left. Mom was supposed to file for asylum but did not. I love with my mom's sister. She tried to file with a lawyer last year but got scammed . So I'm left to fend for myself

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