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If a Mexican man came to the US illegaly as a child with his parents and later married an American citizen will it be easier for him to become a citizen since he was brought here as a minor?

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2006-03-25 23:09:33
2006-03-25 23:09:33

I have more of a comment: I noticed in my research that it seems harder for a person who was brought here as a child when they had no say than for and adult who is here illegally. Why are there more ways for a CAnadian to be here legally than a Mexican national. Especially, ones brought here as children.

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