White House eases path to residency for some illegal immigrants
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White House eases path to residency for some illegal immigrants

Seattle : WA : USA | Jan 02, 2013 at 11:06 AM PST
Source: Los Angeles Times
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The Obama administration eased the way Wednesday for illegal immigrants who are immediate relatives of American citizens to apply for permanent residency, a change that could affect as many as 1 million of the estimated 11 million immigrants unlawfully in the U.S. FULL ARTICLE AT Los Angeles Times
 
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