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Path to U.S. citizenship quarter century long journey for one man, luck of the draw for another

Published: July 13, 2011

The path to U.S. citizenship was a quarter-century-long journey fraught with risk of deportation for Mexican-born Ernesto Rosas. For Nigerian native Chiawalam, it was largely the luck of a lottery.

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