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Thread: senators stike deal on immigration overhaul

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    Didn't expect them to be able to enforce the "return to home country" requirement, but looks like they did. The education points is another bonus.
    Now, we'll see what the House will do.

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    It wont work the people wont leave the U.S without an abosolute guarantee of Z visa status which will not be given. It wont work.

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    please explain this

    The proposal would limit family-based migration to immediate family members and establish a merit-based system by which future migrants could earn points for skills, education, understanding of English and family ties.

    i really do not understand it.

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    You can get the visa right upfront. What is not clear is that within the 8 years window given to apply for perm residency, can you travel to other countries back and forth before returning to your home country?

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    does it help the family unity or give priority to the worker based visa? my case is K3 and it is pending admin. processing since 10 monthes. i need to know it will help or focus on worker visa?

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    By design, it shouldn't take precedence over those whose already in queue, but I doubt it. One thing for sure, it'll lengthen processing time for all visa categories.

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    Does it affect US citizens sponsor their parents ? From the language of various news I read, it looks like only "immediate family" (e.g spouses and children) are un affected.
    If it takes longer or impossible for US citizen to sponsor their parents, then this is a really sad news.

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    The filthy red menace has infiltrated DC.

    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">"This is a bill where people who live here in our country will be treated without amnesty but without animosity," Bush said. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Dubya proves once again, that any moron can be President.

    Death to the filthy reds! They don't give a tinker's d/a/m/n about anyone or anything but their own political careers.

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