Good question. Regardless whether that person forged a document or not, no one is eligible for any amnesty now. You do not have to be concerned just yet, whether that person is.
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I agree with my colleagues. Fraud is always an issue in immigration law and it is best to consult an attorney.
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The law is still being formulated so no one what will be in the final version. It is very likely that matters of fraud will have an impact on granting status if the law eventually passes. For now you will need to wait and see what the new law brings. You may consider have a consultation with an immigration attorney at this time or when the proposed law becomes a reality.
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