This bill is not LAW yet. Stay tuned!
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I agree with my colleague above. Stay tuned to the news and look for changes to be announced at www.uscis.gov. At present this is not/ not the law - there's still much to be debated and decided!
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It's not law yet and a lot can happen before it is.
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It sounds as though if you get married that she can adjust her status to permanent resident before any reform bill passes.
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