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Topic - Michael Aytes
Two decades after Congress passed the 1986 amnesty for illegal aliens, 15,000 cases are still pending from it — a situation that immigration service officials want to make sure doesn't happen again in any new immigration bill.
"My emphasis to my folks has been in the last six months, you've had 21 years to adjudicate this thing and did not find a basis to deny, you've allowed them to remain 21 years, it's time to move on. I do not want a significant volume of these cases pending when we're about to open a new program," he said.
Mr. Aytes said the department wants the 1986 cases finished.