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What was the option given in 1986 to illegal aliens to become legal residents? a. Origin Requirement Act c. Immigration Reform and Control Act b. Immigration Control Act d. Immigration
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c. Immigration Reform and Control Act was the option given in 1986 to illegal aliens to become legal residents
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