Ron, You write in the newsletter about such a possibility. I know this is all speculation but I would appreciate your thoughts on the timing and probability: 1. When do you think the administration would give up on possibility of reform getting through Congress? I would not be surprised if the GOP slow walks on the issue till the 2014 election cycle without actually saying they really don't mean to do anything except ensure its slow death. 2. I know President Obama and the democrats make the right noises on legal immigration, but it is mostly favored by the GOP because of their corporate donors. So, why would this administration improve legal immigration, whether by allowing immediate AOS filing, or by removing dependents from the count. If the legal immigration situation improves, the GOP would have that much less motivation to compromise on legalizing the undocumented, something the administration cannot do with an exceutive order. So, why would the democrats give up their leverage. In short, what is the probability the adminitration would take up this modification of AOS filing requirements? I know I sound cynical and jaded but that is how politics works most of the time.