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So Close and Yet So Far: How the Three- and Ten-Year Bars Keep Families Apart

From Immigration Policy Center Most Americans take it for granted that marriage to a U.S. citizen and other family relationships entitle an immigrant to a green card, but there are barriers that often prevent or delay these family members from becoming lawful permanent residents, even if they are already in the United States.  Among these …

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