At this point there no "new immigration law yet." Congress is debating the issue and the Senate Bill which you are referring to is much different then the House's bill. It is simply too early to tell what the final version will bring. Stay tuned.
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You will need to wait and see if the proposed Bill will actually become the law. Right now it's only a draft. it is likely to undergo certain changes.
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At this point, the best we can say is "maybe." There might be changes in immigration laws, or there might not be. If there are changes, then they might help you, or they might not. We just need to be patient and wait to see what happens.
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The bill you are referring to is not yet the law and can change dramatically. For this reason it's too early to effectively speculate. You do have reason to hope because December 2011 does appear to be a cut-off date that congress is currently considering. Your 2008 entry gives you good reason to hope. Nevertheless, be careful of anyone claiming to be able to qualify you under the current reform efforts because they can't. Be patient.
As of yet, there is no new law.
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The bills introduced in Congress are not law yet. Anyone who promises you immigration reform benefits or advises you on whether you qualify is likely to have two goals in mind: 1) get your money and 2) get you deported so they can keep your money. DO NOT fall for promises by notarios or unscrupulous attorneys.
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