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Will the prospective immigrants waiting patiently since years to immigrate to U.S(Lawfully) get something from this proposed bipartisan frame work?

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We hope so. It is all talk until it actually becomes law.



Thank you Atty Pollak,but it's like break the law and get rewards in return....follow the law wait for years and years to be with your family!


It's impossible to know at this point. Keep your fingers crossed.

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We need to wait and see what the new law says.


We don't know what the law will entail. This is simply preliminary in nature.


We definitely hope so. Will have to wait and see.

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