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At this point in comes down to whether they can demonstrate that their company would suffer "undue hardship" (defined as significant difficulty or expense) by continuing to hold your job. Whether they will suffer undue hardship is a question of fact that, ultimately, only a jury would be able to decide in consideration of all the facts and circumstances. If you are let go, the prudent thing to do would be to immediately file a complaint with the EEOC, which is the federal agency that investigates and prosecutes violations of the ADA. See here to initiate the complaint process.
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