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Massachusetts immigration bill’s biggest hurdle may be timing as it advances at end of legislative session, lawmakers say

Massachusetts is home to an estimated 185,000 undocumented immigrants, according to the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center, a liberal think tank. More than one-third have lived in the U.S. for five years or more.

The number of immigrants without legal status could be higher, but an exact count does not exist.

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