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President Obama is working with some members of the Senate to craft an immigration reform bill. This bill, supposedly, would put 10.8 million people one step closer to, not the border, but U.S. Citizenship.

Million of people living in the United States “illegally” would see a path toward citizenship. This path is hopeful to these immigrants, however, it’s not immediate or free. The administration is proposing that “undocumented immigrants” (inmigrantes indocumentados) would need to register, pay taxes and pay a penalty for violating the law.

Current “legal” immigrants have to take a citizenship test (naturalization exam) to be granted U.S. Citizenship if they pass. Therefore, we think if President Obama’s bill is enacted, it is certain that all “illegal” immigrants will still take the test (the latest version) and pass in order to obtain citizenship.

For more information about citizenship and the naturalization test, please visit www.citizenshipcoach.com


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