No final law yet, so no specific eligibility criteria is available. Many more changes can happen, including the residence requirement.
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Relax. There is no new law yet. All you hear or read are mere "proposals" that have to be debated, negotiated and reconciled between the 2 houses of congress. Hold your breath: the actual piece of legislation to come out of all this will most likely be quite different than what you are seeing or hearing now. Stay tuned.
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it is just a proposal. No one knows whether that will be the version of the law or not. I am very skeptical any law will be enacted at all.
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It does not seem you can benefit by the new Senate Bill. Perhaps the House version will be more helpful.
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The current senate proposal would not cover you. But many things can and will change before we have an actual law passed by congress.
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