The bill is introduced, it may pass, it may not. Time to write to your representative to oppose it?
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We don't have the actual bill yet.
But, the summary implies that people who already have an approved I-130 will be able to complete the process .. just no new ones.
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It appears that those in the pipeline can still get the green card so do not panic. It is still just a bill, not a law.
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