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Immigration reform for immigrants 2013

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This all questions are for my friends

1) What if the person is on f1 but Jan 2013 1st week she got out of status will and is in the country for more than 2 years will they be eligible?

2) Came on visitors visa May 2009 will they be eligible?

3) Couples with 3 us citizen (less than 18 years old) from last 10 years also came on visitors visa

4) as per bush amesty plan for how long a person has to be in usa?

5) when will the blue print for immigration reform 2013 will be out?

Attorney Answers 3


Unfortunately there is no reform, at least not, yet. There are some new regulations and if you have a specific situation in mind, consider a personal consultation with an experienced attorney to see whether you qualify.

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Please reply for 4 & 5

Irene Vaisman

Irene Vaisman


4. - no amnesty, no law - not yet 5. no one knows, we can only speculate. The President promised this year. What will really happen - no one knows.


There's no bush amnesty plan.

There's talk of immigration reform. It's only talk at this point. We don't know what or when to expect it.

Generally, spouses of us citizens are eligible to adjust status if they overstayed their visa, but each situation should be analyzed independently.

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There is no new amnesty or comprehensive reform program. Your friends should consult experienced immigration attorneys to see if some exception may apply to these cases. Good luck!

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