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Unformatted text preview: after she came here. She said that there were time lines to complete certain forms of paperwork and there were waiting periods also. If you missed the time lines, then she would be subject to deportation. Jessica believes that the immigration process was not at all very hard to complete considering what there was to gain from the process. Jessica believes that citizenship preference should be extended to the neediest applicants. She added that the neediest not only means someone that needs food, clothes, a place to live and so forth but the need to be in the U.S. like her wanting to be with her new husband, that would be considered a need. After my husband and Jessica were divorced, Jessica was allowed to stay here in the U.S. because she had become a “permanent resident” until she was able to complete the process of becoming a United States Citizen....
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2010 for the course AAHCA ETH/125 taught by Professor Embaye during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '10