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Thread: What does this mean?

  1. #1
    In S. 2611 it says:
    `(D) EMPLOYMENT IN UNITED STATES-

    `(i) IN GENERAL- The alien shall have been employed in the United States, in the aggregate, for--

    `(I) at least 3 years during the 5-year period ending on April 5, 2006; and

    `(II) at least 6 years after the date of enactment of the Immigrant Accountability Act of 2006.

    Does this mean:
    1) Total required working years are 6 with at least 3 before enactment.
    2) Total 9 years with 3 before enactment and 6 after?

    I tend to believe it means the first. Any ideas?

  2. #2
    In S. 2611 it says:
    `(D) EMPLOYMENT IN UNITED STATES-

    `(i) IN GENERAL- The alien shall have been employed in the United States, in the aggregate, for--

    `(I) at least 3 years during the 5-year period ending on April 5, 2006; and

    `(II) at least 6 years after the date of enactment of the Immigrant Accountability Act of 2006.

    Does this mean:
    1) Total required working years are 6 with at least 3 before enactment.
    2) Total 9 years with 3 before enactment and 6 after?

    I tend to believe it means the first. Any ideas?

  3. #3
    It means:

    2) Total 9 years with 3 before enactment and 6 after.

    Freedom1

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