'Bush Lied! People Applied!'

Steyn, Mark
June 2006
National Review;6/19/2006, Vol. 58 Issue 11, p60
The article discusses the difficulties which illegal immigrants in the United States must face to become legal citizens. When illegal immigrants begin applying with the USCIS to become naturalized, all other bureaucratic issues will become extremely difficult to deal with, including problems for those who tried to legally enter the United States.


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