When working as an immigration attorney, it’s important to keep current on not just shifting trends but the reasons for them. As an example, if proposed changes in the immigration law are based more on sentiment than fact, this may say something about the forces behind those changes and even their ability to make change.
There’s been a lot of talk and activity in the U.S. Congress this past year and also early in 2010 around immigration reform. Although Democrats have led it, a coalition has developed with Republicans and that means that changes may occur in immigration law, affecting immigration lawyers and their clients. Continue reading “Immigration Law Changes Backed by New Study” »