My other colleagues are correct in their responses. The Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill is not law yet. It must still pass the House, and then the President must sign the Bill into law. In regards to your issue with the ten year problem, their are not enough facts to formulate a proper response. Typically, an alien who is barred from returning to the United States for a period of ten years, has first departed the United States after accumulating one year or more of unlawful presence in the United States prior to departure. See INA Section 212(a)(9)(B) . You should seek the counsel of an experienced immigration attorney to assist you in preparing, submitting, and filing any applications for relief.