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California governor Jerry Brown signing into law a bill meant to reward undocumented immigrant who help law enforcement solve crimes currently a federal program operate you beat that undocumented immigrants or victims of crime in a policeman catching criminals you need to grant an immigrant the right to live and work in the U. S. for four years but to apply a victim must first get law enforcement to verify they cooperated in a criminal investigation already investigation last year found bascue graphic disparity in law enforcement approach is to the visa help when you're lying naked Friday requiring police agencies verify a victim's cooperation within ninety days , Congress is limited the number of U. pieces to ten thousand a year the program it heavily oversubscribed into gotten twelve immigrant services received nearly twenty five thousand applications from certified crime victim