Category: Immigration Law

Immigration Under President Trump

By Courtney Butler Immigration has always been a hot button political topic, and no matter where you fall on the political spectrum, there is no doubt that President Trump and his administration will change immigration policy in a way that

Immigration Law Practice is Not About the Headlines – It’s About the Stories

By Robert Rogers There are headlines and then there are stories. When it comes to immigration, the headlines come fast and furious; reforming the law, building a wall, granting asylum to refugees, issuing more visas for tech workers – there

Lawyers With Lowest Pay Report More Happiness

By Douglas Quenqua Of the many rewards associated with becoming a lawyer — wealth, status, stimulating work — day-to-day happiness has never been high on the list. Perhaps, a new study suggests, that is because lawyers and law students are

Floodgates: Riding the Wave of New Immigration Practitioners

by Katharine Speer Comprehensive immigration reform looks more promising now than at any time in the last 15 years. Approximately 11 million unauthorized immigrants—your neighbors, co-workers, and classmates—could benefit from the proposed changes. More immediately, the Supreme Court just eliminated

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