Immigration reform: Who benefits, who doesn't

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<span class="hps">More than 11</span> <span class="hps">million illegal immigrants</span> <span class="hps">are about to</span> <span class="hps">legalize their immigration status</span> <span class="hps">through a</span> <span class="hps">reform plan that</span> <span class="hps">includes</span> <span class="hps">permanent residence</span> <span class="hps">for those</span> <span class="hps">years</span> <span class="hps">living in the shadows</span> <span class="hps">and undocumented</span><span>.</span> <span class="hps">The bill</span> <span class="hps">also has</span> <span class="hps">a proposal to strengthen</span> <span class="hps">the border</span> <span class="hps">to expedite the process</span> <span class="hps">for those hoping for</span> <span class="hps">immigrant visas</span> <span class="hps">based on</span> <span class="hps">family petitions</span><span>.</span>
More than 11 million illegal immigrants are about to legalize their immigration status through a reform plan that includes permanent residence for those years living in the shadows and undocumented. The bill also has a proposal to strengthen the border to expedite the process for those hoping for immigrant visas based on family petitions.
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