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"America needs new immigrants to love and cherish it." Eric Hoffer, American philosopher and author
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Understanding Immigration Law
After the events of 9-11, concern for the safety of American citizens caused a flurry of legislation that has complicated the immigration process. Those from other countries who want to visit, work or live in America often find themselves faced with difficult hurdles that must be overcome in order to satisfy immigration requirements. American companies that seek to employ foreign workers have also been impacted by the sweeping changes and the restructuring that has occurred since 9-ll. Because immigration laws are constantly evolving, it’s important to have an advocate in your corner.

The USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) is one of the primary U.S. government agencies that oversees legal immigration into the United States. One of the most meaningful protections offered by the USCIS is the right to be represented by a qualified attorney when submitting petitions or applications to the agency. This is a right no immigrant, or company employing immigrants, should ignore. Appropriate legal representation may prevent costly errors.

As a hands-on immigration lawyer, I am genuinely immersed in the system and take pride in staying abreast of emerging trends and changes to immigration laws. A frequent review of all USCIS and Department of Labor rules, regulations decisions, position papers and memoranda is just one way that I continually broaden my perspective, enabling a fresh approach for every case. I best serve my clients by remaining informed and by practicing law within the system each and every day. Immigration law is my specialty and my focus, and it is my dedication to the process that brings competence to the table and comfort to you during immigration procedures.