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Obama Administration To Make It Easier For Some Illegal Immigrants To Get Permanent Residency Status

The change helps families stay together. The current system requires the applicant to first leave the U.S. to seek a legal visa, but under the proposed change illegal immigrants could claim the time apart from a spouse, child or parent would create “extreme hardship” and allow them to remain in the U.S. as they begin the process. Once approved, the person would be required to briefly leave the country to pick up the legal visa abroad.
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