One can only guess. if reform is introduced it will probably be for long time overstays.
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At this point it would be a largely speculative discussion, but, there's been talk that the president will discuss immigration reform at his inauguration.
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I agree with my colleagues. It is difficult to predict the future but immigration reform seems imminent. As to your particular situation, you may have other options available to you. It may be worth your time to seek a consultation with an immigration attorney. Good luck.
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