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Dear Editor:

I would like to make short response to the letter of Ali Alexander. I think that many people like him can't even imagine the situation of some immigrants or people who are waiting outside of the United States to be reunited with their loved ones. There are people married to someone who is legally in USA, but can't gain any legal status. In these cases when waiting times are sometimes more then 6 years (it is not improving and even getting worse!) I'm not surprised that there is a need to have some possibility to adjust status after they did violate US law and stayed illegally. In my opinion it is necessary first review the system of US immigration before just shouting out some amnesty program. First America should come back to the basic principles which are I think based first of all at the families. Unless families are together and able to built legally their new life, no changes can be expected.

Pavla Cervova


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