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You are admitting that you have taken actions that make you inadmissible or deportable under U.S. immigration law.  For example, if you entered the United States illegally or overstayed your non-immigrant visa, you are subject to a ground of inadmissibility or deportability under U.S. immigration law.   Even if you presently have a work authorization card and a pending asylum application, you may still be inadmissible or deportable.  USCIS will only ask you to sign the admission document if USCIS is going to approve your NACARA application and grant you lawful permanent resident status.

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