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Biden’s 8-Year Path to Citizenship: What You Should Know
Biden’s 8-Year Path to Citizenship: What You Should Know

As of March 2021, there are more than 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States. Although many fear deportation or worse, the Biden administration has taken a new tack at offering a path to citizenship for these immigrants. The proposed legislation would ...

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