No one can answer your question unless and until an immigration reform bill is actually passed by Congress and signed by the President. I would advise you to schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney to discuss options available to you.
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No one can answer that question. There is no new immigration law and there is uncertainty as to whether there will be. One can only speculate.
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The legalization program has not been enacted yet. It is a proposed bill that is going through debates. We will have to see if you qualify based upon the final law, if it is enacted.
The reform bill is not finalized yet. You have to wait to see what the final details are when and if it is passed.
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There's no new law yet so there's no way to know if you would qualify for the pardon. Either way, the proposed bill suggests a cut-off date of entry as Dec. 31, 2011, but again, this is still indefinite. Since you are here without status just try to lay low until you get a response for your petition. You can check the status of your application here: https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/Dashboard/CaseStatus.do.
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