Washington (PRWEB) September 17, 2007
Immigration Law Help, a law firm specializing in providing citizen programs to immigrants, offers information and solutions that will help immigrants gain citizenship. The proposed amnesty bill for illegal immigrants proposes that undocumented immigrants be given immediate probationary legal status. The result of an amnesty is that large numbers of foreigners who illegally gained entry into the United States are rewarded with legal status for breaking immigration laws. The company offers alternative solutions to the Bill.
The bill creates a four-year, renewable Z visa for those present within the U.S. unlawfully before Jan. 1, 2007. It also gives immigrants a certain amount of time to gain status, under certain agreements, and allows minors to gain citizenship in a shorter amount of time. There are also citizenships granted to workers that can demonstrate their work efforts for a certain amount of time.
To show that border control is being noticed, the bill is also calling for more border patrol security, fencing and security cameras. While most people are in agreement for better border control, many feel that the bill still lacks the solution that is anticipated in the passing of the bill. Immigration Law Help, a company working towards better solutions, informs and provides immigrants with alternatives and information on how to gain citizenship legally. In hopes to provide a fair and just solution, the amnesty bill has yet to be decided upon. Most of the worry remains on the security of the borders and economic situation of illegal immigrants.
The United States has granted amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants through different amnesty and laws. Previous to the first large attempt at a bill, amnesty was only given on a case by cases basis. The first amnesty in 1986 gave about 2.8 million illegal immigrations the opportunity to change their status through the Immigration and Reform Control Act (IRCA). Whether this has proven successful is still debated.
To find out more on the latest proposed bill, or on immigration, visit: http://www.immigrationlawhelp.info/index.html.
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