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Immigration laws, like any other law, go through a long and tedious process before they actually become law. They usually start out as a bill that is referred to a committee and debated in Congress. Yet, newspapers and "people" sometimes refer to a law in the making as an actual law.
This article explains the process of lawmaking (legislation) and the difference between a law and a bill.
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