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Jennifer Ludden, All Things Considered, April 3, 2007

The White House is floating a proposal to change immigration laws to stop adult siblings and adult children from getting family unification visas to join a relative in the United States. The new plan would require immigrants with temporary work visas who want to apply to stay permanently to return home and pay $10,000 to submit the application.

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(Posted on April 4, 2007)

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