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Visa holders concerned about proposed immigration reform

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- Nina Mold, owner of Top Performance Hair & Nails Salon, rings up a customer in her North Naples business on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013.  Mold is a native of England and has operated the salon for nine years on an E-2 Treaty Investor visa. Many immigrants, like Mold, who have followed the law to obtain legitimate and costly visas are concerned that they will be left out of proposed immigration reform for undocumented workers.

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David Albers/Staff - Nina Mold, owner of Top Performance Hair & Nails Salon, rings up a customer in her North Naples business on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013. Mold is a native of England and has operated the salon for nine years on an E-2 Treaty Investor visa. Many immigrants, like Mold, who have followed the law to obtain legitimate and costly visas are concerned that they will be left out of proposed immigration reform for undocumented workers.

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  • David Albers/Staff 
- Nina Mold, owner of Top Performance Hair & Nails Salon, rings up a customer in her North Naples business on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013.  Mold is a native of England and has operated the salon for nine years on an E-2 Treaty Investor visa. Many immigrants, like Mold, who have followed the law to obtain legitimate and costly visas are concerned that they will be left out of proposed immigration reform for undocumented workers.
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- The shadow of the decorative stencil falls on the wall of the waiting room at the Top Performance Hair & Nails Salon on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013, in North Naples.
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- Nina Mold, owner of Top Performance Hair & Nails Salon, hands off a package to a shipping company in her North Naples business on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013.  Mold is a native of England and has operated the salon for nine years on an E-2 Treaty Investor visa. Many immigrants, like Mold, who have followed the law to obtain legitimate and costly visas are concerned that they will be left out of proposed immigration reform for undocumented workers.
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- A wig dummy overlooks the waiting area of the Top Performance Hair & Nails Salon in the North Naples business on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013.
  • David Albers/Staff 
- Nina Mold, owner of Top Performance Hair & Nails Salon, rings up a customer in her North Naples business on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013.  Mold is a native of England and has operated the salon for nine years on an E-2 Treaty Investor visa. Many immigrants, like Mold, who have followed the law to obtain legitimate and costly visas are concerned that they will be left out of proposed immigration reform for undocumented workers.
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- Nina Mold, owner of Top Performance Hair & Nails Salon, books salon appointments for the stylists in her North Naples business on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013.  Mold is a native of England and has operated the salon for nine years on an E-2 Treaty Investor visa. Many immigrants, like Mold, who have followed the law to obtain legitimate and costly visas are concerned that they will be left out of proposed immigration reform for undocumented workers.
  • David Albers/Staff 
- Nina Mold, owner of Top Performance Hair & Nails Salon, leads a client to the stylists in her North Naples business on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013.  Mold is a native of England and has operated the salon for nine years on an E-2 Treaty Investor visa. Many immigrants, like Mold, who have followed the law to obtain legitimate and costly visas are concerned that they will be left out of proposed immigration reform for undocumented workers.

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