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What is the Difference Between "Unlawful Presence" and Being "Out of Status"?
What is the Difference Between "Unlawful Presence" and Being "Out of Status"?

In common terms, "unlawful presence" generally means that a person has entered the United States illegally and remains here illegally. By contrast, "out-of-status" generally means that a person entered the United States legally, but has remained illegally after the ...

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