Too soon to give a good answer on this one: the laws are about to change.
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This is an immigration law question. I changed the topic so our immigration experts will have a chance to read and respond. Best
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If a law passes that legalizes ALL illegal people, then yes you would get permanent residence. There has been no such law yet and it is doubtful that even if one passed, ALL people in "illegal" status would benefit. Stay tuned to the news and this forum for an updates. One more thing, depending on your daughter's age - if she is over 21 - she can petition for you to get residence.
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