Definition of "LIFE Act"
  1. A law enacted in 2000 that altered immigration laws, extending certain eligibility for green card applicants to adjust status within the U.S., creating a new visa category for married individuals to apply for status adjustment, and introducing a visa category for spouses and children of lawful residents waiting for their visas
How to use "LIFE Act" in a sentence
  1. Under the provisions of the LIFE Act, he was able to adjust his status despite initially being ineligible for a green card.
  2. The new K-3 visa category established by the LIFE Act allowed her to enter the US after her marriage.
  3. Because of the LIFE Act, spouses and children of lawful permanent residents who have been waiting for their visas for over three years have a new option.

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