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This bill is not about fairness.
I have been living in the US, since 1998. I applied for LPR in 2006, my application to adjust status was received by the Nebraska Service Center in July 2007.
My son (currently 14, and who was 1 year old when he arrived in the US) is currently working his tail off (attending a private preparatory school) to develop the prerequisites that would allow him to apply to the Air Force Academy, where he hopes to study to become a fighter pilot in the US Air Force.
If this legislation passes, not only will this dream of his be destroyed, but due to the delays in my application, he will "age-out" and be forced to leave the United States. I effect, it will destroy his life, before he even gets a chance to start.
Any policy that could result in such a travesty of justice, cannot possibly be fair. This legislation must be defeated.
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