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Dear Editor:

To reunite children with their parents is the policy of natural justice and equity. In view of this, the former President Bill Clinton signed the bill the LIFE Act of 2000 into law creating a new visa category, the "V" visa, which has allowed the children of F2A category, who have been separating from their parents for more than 3 years. This act of the United States is very praiseworthy. But, the children of F2B category, who have been separating from their parents for 9 years, have been debarred from taking the advantage of this newly created V visa. With this, it is certain that justice is not done to them. It is astonishing to say that how the U.S. legislators have ignored the children of the F2A category who have been separating from their parents for almost a decade, when creating the V visa. This is to draw the kind attention of the U.S. legislators to the hardships being suffered by both the children of the F2B category and their parents. Therefore, this is my humble request to the U.S. legislators to amend the LIFE Act of 2000 entitling the children of the F2B category also for the "V" visa so that they could join their parents.

Chhimi Tataya Bhata


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