Immigration Law, the Uncertain Future

Immigration Law reform advocates were justifiably excited when the Senate passed a bipartisan bill that strengthen the security of U.S. borders and establishes a lengthy — some would say arduous — path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million undocumented … Continue reading

Immigration Law Reform

Sneak through border control breaking USA law, risk private prison time, go to the local immigration center, and pay taxes to obtain the rights of a citizen? The quote from whitehouse.gov: “It’s a plan that requires anyone who’s undocumented to … Continue reading

US Immigration Law | USA Lawyer and Attorney Help

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services On March 1, 2003, with the creation of the DHS, USCIS officially assumed responsibility for the delivery of U.S. immigration services and benefits. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has naturalized almost 700,000 individuals each … Continue reading