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Democrats trying to win over Republicans for DREAM Act support

Posted on November 19th, 2010 No Comments

President Obama made a pledge on Tuesday to personally lobby for support for a bill called the DREAM Act, but it is unknown if enough support from Republican Senators can make up for Democrats who are also voting against the bill.

The DREAM Act has been discussed for nearly 10 years and has changed multiple times throughout the decade. The bill now means anyone who was brought to America illegally by their parents when they were under the age of 16, can receive a conditional green cards.

This will put the person on the path to citizenship and give them a chance to serve in the military and go to college. The Senate is where it remains in question on what will happen to the bill because they are in need of 60 votes to block a Republican filibuster that is expected.

If you or a loved one has questions on your or your child’s immigrations status or are looking to become a citizen, contact the Austin green card lawyers of the law office of William Jang, PLC by calling 512-323-2333 today.

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