I came to the US on my own. I was born and raised in Japan. When I grew up in Japan, most of people around me were Japanese. There was definitely the notion of the lighter skin the more beautiful. And Japanese is superior than any other Asian countries. Biases towards Chinese and Korean people are horrendous.
In the US, I've been noticing lots of micro aggressions for a few years. It was always there but I thought I had to assimilate and endure. I thought I was the problem. I'm an actor and have been told to audition without my accent by a white director. When it's British accent or French, it's charming but not "Asian" accent. My accent does not even sound Japanese accent. My last name is super long, so some people have said "why don't you change it to American name" in my face.
I do feel invisible in the US as an Asian non-binary person.