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Is there any way that an illegal immigrant may become legal without leaving the United States?

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2007-05-21 21:29:57
2007-05-21 21:29:57

Hope that the president signs another amnesty bill. Otherwise, why not just obey the laws of the U.S.? That was rude. I (different person) heard you could with a lawyer. Please consult the website United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, http://www.uscis.gov, for information pertaining to the individual's specific circumstances. You could before 2001; not anymore. Yes there is. The only way is to marry a US citizen.

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