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There are millions of immigrants who call the United States home. Many are here legally, some live in the shadows; and others have been deported or kept from joining their families in the United States.
Many people have lived here for decades; they have families with U.S. citizens; they own businesses; they go to college; they have jobs and pay taxes. And every day, many of these individuals battle extremely harsh laws that result in permanent exile and separation from their families.

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