Q: If I was molested in my home country numerous times when I was a kid, will the U.S. let me stay here after I graduate?
I am an international student from India who has been living in states for 3+ years now. I graduated with my associates in human services and now i am pursuing my bachelors in social work. My question is that i was molested numerous times when i was a kid that was a big reason i decided to move to America when i was 18 for my further education but i never told my parents that i ever went through this. Now, my parents are facing financial problems and are asking me to come back to India and the thought of going back effects me psychologically. The relatives who destroyed my childhood still live in India and i see them whenever i visit my parents. When i picture myself living around them i don't feel normal, i feel dirty and less worthy. Is there any way that i can appeal to government of united states to let me stay here, is there anyway i can seek help and avoid to re live the moments of my childhood. An honest answers will be appreciated.
Thank you for your time.
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