For the first time in 26 years, a blueprint to transform the current immigration system has a real chance of passage in both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives, bringing relief to millions.
The senators said they would introduce the bill on April 16. But on the eve of the 15th, out of respect for the victims of the terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon, they canceled the event and provided a 17-page summary of its major provisions.
Tribuna called on Danbury Immigration Attorney Cynthia R. Exner, with 30 years of experience providing legal services to immigrants worldwide, to give our readers a brief analysis on its key provisions:
Pathway to citizenship for immigrants living in the country illegally
The bill provides a path to citizenship for the nation