My case is considerably complicated so let me be precise.
Upon my arrival to the U.S., my father brought me into his political asylum case which was ended in early 2009. However, but before it ended, my mom had my step-father petition for me as a US citizen. My case was brought down from the 9th circuit court of appeal to L.A. Superior court but the judge immediately denied the review and sent it back to BIA (Board of Immigration Appeals) for review. The dilemma is that my step-father has filed for a divorce late last year and was accepted. The dissolution of marriage will take effect in mid March, 2011. Hence, my application will fail inevitably. Last time we check with the BIA for the review status, it still says "Pending" for review.
I will turn 21 by the end of this month and my mother will gain her citizenship a few days prior to my birthday.
I am considering a few options:
1) I would like to try to apply for the student visa to Canada to continue my education there; this is my year to transfer from a community college to a four-year institute.
Question: How likely will it be for me be to granted with such visa?
2) I'd have to get marriage to my girlfriend in order to stay and continue with my education.
Question: Is this a considerably good option for the long run?
3) To have my mom petition for my permanent resident with her own status.
Question: How likely will be the success rate?
I do have a permit to work and a SSN.
I would love to hear from you of your insightful replies to these options.
It is my dream to continue my education and later apply for a MD/PhD program, but most importantly, it is my dream to find a better treatment for patients than the invasive cancer treatments.
Thanks all for your time.