These documents are probably a good start, but we will not know if you qualify until the bill passes and we have a final version.
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The Senate bill is not yet law. Thus, we do not know what the final requirements will be if the bill is passed. Therefore, it would be better to wait, and see the final version before determining if you meet any of its requirements.
Whether you qualify will not be known until the bill has passed both houses of congress. For now, all that can be done is to gather as many documents as possible showing your monthly presence in the US since at least December 2011, and preferably since you entered the US.
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All we know about the Senate bill is described at the link below.
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