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Amnesty would cheapen immigration process

February 4, 2013
The Alpena News

Sept. 24, 2012, is a day of great importance in my life. On that day I became a legal citizen of the USA. It took over four years and thousands of dollars to go through procedures to achieve one of my life's goals. When I first arrived in America I came on a legal visa and complied with conditions specified for a temporary stay. At the same time I applied for citizenship and was given a conditional Green Card which allowed me to stay while I finalized United States Citizenship and Immigration Services' procedures. I was required to make many trips to USCIS locations around the State of Michigan. I filled out dozens of forms, was fingerprinted, given physicals, refingerprinted, and interviewed in Detroit on numerous occasions. Four years later I was finally told to come to Federal Court in Detroit for swearing in as a citizen. Now I hear that the whole immigration process will be cheated 11 million times.

 
 

 

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