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Our law practice is dedicated exclusively to immigration law. We realize that every case is unique and requires individualized attention. Therefore, each case receives the proper attention it deserves. We take pride in providing premium service on each case. We pride ourselves on our dedication and excellence at helping new immigrants achieve their goals, and we have the reputation to prove it.
Many times we hear from foreign national employees who are having problems with their immigration status and don’t know who to turn to. Their employer tells them that the “immigration attorney” only represents the company, not the employee. Even the immigration attorney tells them the same thing. The immigration attorneys who tell employees this are[…]
Immigration Curbs Population Decline in Rural Texas Communities In over 400 rural Texas areas, the native-born adult population dropped 19 percent while the immigrant population grew 96 percent. ELIZABETH TROVALL An influx of immigrants to rural areas is curbing population decline across the country, according to a new report. The study looked at 2,767 rural areas nationwide,[…]
Illegal Immigration Does Not Increase Violent Crime, 4 Studies Show The Trump administration regularly asserts that undocumented immigrants are predatory and threaten public safety. Immigrant advocates say that talk demonizes an entire class of people. Now, four academic studies show that illegal immigration does not increase the prevalence of violent crime or drug and alcohol[…]
Contractors cry for immigration reform to ease labor shortage By Rebecca Schuetz A prolonged shortage of construction workers has the Associated General Contractors of America calling for immigration reform. “We recognize it’s important to have safe borders,” said Kenneth D. Simonson, the group’s chief economist. “But it’s also really important for the growth of the[…]
Texas’ construction boom would be even greater if U.S. had a coherent immigration policy Sometimes it’s worth taking a look at an old subject through a new lens. For example, to understand why there’s a chronic construction labor shortage in Texas, think one word: immigration. Immigrants make up about 41 percent of the construction trades in[…]
Two children who were separated from their parents are granted citizenship after being sent to Connecticut.
Migrant Children Sent to Conn. Given Legal Immigration Status By Len Besthoff Six weeks after a judge ordered a pair of migrant children in Connecticut to be reunited with their parents, the government granted each child one year of legal immigration status in the United States. The U.S. Attorney’s office confirmed the news with NBC Connecticut, without[…]
Hazleton’s evolution through immigration is a lesson for other cities By Andrew Selee Each time I go to Hazleton, I walk away thinking of it as a place of renewal and hope, a city that is slowly fusing its past and present into a new identity that will set it apart from other cities in the[…]
How Immigration Reform Could Help An Aging, Indebted America Andy J. Semotiuk It’s no secret that the American population is aging. As the Center for Health Design put it in one of their publications, by 2030, more than 1 in 5 U.S. residents will be counted among the older population—the largest proportion on record. Most people[…]
How these moms are helping reunite immigrant families Julie Schwietert Collazo was listening to the radio when she heard about a fellow mother — with three children like she has — who needed help. A woman from Guatemala was being held at the Eloy Detention Center in Arizona, and her attorney said she could rejoin her[…]