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    Hi,

    I wondered if anyone knew whether those immigrants that received the probationary cards (before Z visa approval) would be able to travel?

    Just thought someone might have actually read all those pages in the proposed legislation and know the answer.

    Thanks!

  • #2
    Hi,

    I wondered if anyone knew whether those immigrants that received the probationary cards (before Z visa approval) would be able to travel?

    Just thought someone might have actually read all those pages in the proposed legislation and know the answer.

    Thanks!

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    • #3
      The amnesty isn't going to become law, so this is all hypothetical. American people don't march in the streets waving Mexican rags and screaming in a foreign language...but, guess what? Their views and opinions are the only ones that matter...and they're the ones that are being listened to in Washington, D.C. Amnesty is D.O.A.

      In any event, illegal aliens are always able to travel. The fact that illegal aliens choose not to travel...well, that's their own decision.

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      • #4
        F/U/C/K Y/O/U SUNDEVILUSA

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        • #5
          Babybeh: I see that you're a complete illiterate...in other words, a typical illegal alien.

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          • #6
            I think it's possible. According to the Senate Bill in its current form states,


            (h) Treatment of Applicants-

            (1) IN GENERAL- An alien who files an application for Z nonimmigrant status shall, upon submission of any evidence required under paragraphs (f) and (g) and after the Secretary has conducted appropriate background checks, to include name and fingerprint checks, that have not by the end of the next business day produced information rendering the applicant ineligible –

            (A) be granted probationary benefits in the form of employment authorization pending final adjudication of the alien's application;

            (B) may in the SecretaryÂ’s discretion receive advance permission to re-enter the United States pursuant to existing regulations governing advance parole;

            (C) may not be detained for immigration purposes, determined inadmissible or deportable, or removed pending final adjudication of the alien's application, unless the alien is determined to be ineligible for Z nonimmigrant status; and
            (D) may not be considered an unauthorized alien (as defined in section 274A(h)(3) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1324a(h)(3))) unless employment authorization under subparagraph (A) is denied.


            good luck,

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            • #7
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