No. No such reform has passed and it does not seem likely for the next 2 years at the moment.
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No. There's been no immigration reform passed yet. What you can do is talk to an immigration attorney who can ask you some questions and determine if you have other options to obtain legal status. Beware of scammers who take your money for any immigration reform application.
No. Nothing has passed.
Follow the news and consult an immigration attorney once you hear that immigration reform has become law.
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