I agree that both parties appear to be poised to pass immigration reform in 2013, but what the final package will look like is hard to predict. Previous proposals were for a temporary visa for up to about 5 years and then you could apply for residence by paying a fine. I have not heard of any proposals, but I would guess that we would see something similar.Ask a similar question
Anyone can guess, but this early in the game, guesses are practically useless.
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None of us has a crystal ball, I'm afraid. We'll all have to wait and see.
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Especially as Republicans re-assess election strategies and results, Republican leaders talk about "Comprehensive Immigration Reform" (CIR). Regrettably, however, a very powerful portion of the "Republican Base" appears to misunderstand the realities about immigrants' contributions to our society, the fundamental American values served by keeping families together and other compelling arguments favoring CIR. It would be dangerous to feel too confident that despite multiple bipartisan attempts before, 2013 will see a major breakthrough, and to start guessing about the details of any potential breakthrough.
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