Tips for Attorneys New to Immigration Law

Esmeralda Santos
As an immigration attorney, you become a part of a tight-knit community of advocates.

As an immigration attorney, you become a part of a tight-knit community of advocates.

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Practicing immigration law can sometimes feel like you are on a never-ending roller coaster. From the new public charge rule to new work visa processes, changes in asylum eligibility, and the expansion of unlawful acts that could prevent applicants from meeting the good moral requirement for citizenship, the US immigration system is becoming more strenuous for immigrants and attorneys.

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