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Trump says he will introduce reforms to legalize some undocumented immigrants

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Sources tell Univision that the announcement is coming this week.

“The candidate also said he would announce a way to give them [legal] status that wouldn't be citizenship but would allow them to be here without fear of deportation." said Monty, adding that Trump told the group that he planned to announce the plan this week.

Trump's plan stands in stark contrast to his previous statements about immigrants during his campaign. During the primaries, the New York property tycoon promised to build a wall along the border with Mexico and to create a deportation force to expel all undocumented immigrants. The Republican candidate has repeatedly shifted his position on a variety of issues during his campaign.

Trump is lying again but to whom?

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Hillary wants the votes so that will not work.

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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There is about a 33% chance that the media is telling the truth. I think I will wait to see what he says his plans are.

He has been solid on the wall…so that will be built.

As far as what he would propose to do with the illegals that are currently here….He has not been as clear. He has talked about deporting them and then letting them come back legally. It does need clarification.

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So Trump was against legalizing unlawful aliens before he was for it. Good to know. It was one of the very few positions that he hadn't flip-flopped on yet so I was a bit concerned. Good to know that the con man stays true to himself and takes both sides of this issue as well. He's the emptiest suit to ever walk the streets of this nation.

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I dunno. Those who know him say he will never change. He's even said it himself.

I'll believe it when I see it. Even if he does change position:


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I-130 (CR1)

April 13, 2011: Married in China.
February 2, 2012: Interview 09:30 a.m. APPROVED!!!
March 2, 2012: POE JFK
March 17, 2012: Received SSN card.
April 5, 2012: 2-yr Green Card in hand


I-751 (ROC)

December 15, 2013: I-751 mailed to USCIS

June 9, 2014: ROC Approved per I-797C received 6-13-2014

June 17, 2014: New 10-yr Green Card in hand!


March 29, 2017:  N-400 mailed to USCIS
March 31, 2017: N-400 Received by USCIS per I-797C
April 27, 2017:  Biometrics completed
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October 24, 2017:  Interview, passed all tests but "decision cannot yet be made"

October 30, 2017:  Received email that Oath ceremony has been scheduled, letter to follow with date and other info. 

                                  USCIS case status updated w/same message as email.

November 2, 2017:  Oath ceremony letter received scheduled for Nov. 7, 2017.

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