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wont: I'm not accusing, but I too would like to know why this man was still illegal. Especially as his wife is a citizen. My husband came from Mexico. He crossed over the border with his passport. No problem. But, he was working illegally until we met and married. In less than two months after we married, we began the (admittedly lengthy) process to gain his legal status. We used a mediator who explained what paperwork and steps we needed. We got all that together and stood in line at the immigration office for the first step. The first permission paper was temporary, but he was, at that point, working legally. We followed all the steps, he gained legal resident status, and about five years later, he became a citizen. That was nineteen years ago. I don't know if the procedures have changed, but I do know it's possible. So many of the dreamer/DACA people have been here for so long. Many are in college or have graduated. Why have they not began the process to become citizens? I have never heard this question asked of any of them in a news story. Why?