US senators unveil immigration reform deal
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This has created a situation where up to 11 million undocumented immigrants are living in the shadows. "Our legislation acknowledges these realities by finally committing resources needed to secure the border, modernise and streamline our current legal immigration system, while creating a tough but fair legalisation programme for individuals who are currently here. We will ensure that this is a successful permanent reform to our immigration system that will not need to be revisited," the Senators said.