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Immigration Reform: Staying On Top Of Legal Changes

The laws surrounding immigration and naturalization in the United States are constantly changing and evolving. As this country grows and adapts to the needs of its people and those seeking to join it, reform is largely dependent on those being elected and the decisions they make. As new legislation is passed and the laws change, your situation may also change. If you were denied a petition in years past, it may now be easier to get that petition approved. In other situations, however, it may be harder now and worth waiting.

It is important that you work with an experienced and knowledgeable immigration attorney who is current in all immigration laws as well as local and state laws that may affect you. Not everyone who claims to be an immigration attorney has dedicated the time and attention to fully understanding each law and how it will affect his or her clients.

A Strategic Approach To Immigration Law Matters

The attorneys at the Law Office of Irene G. Mugambi, P.C. are regarded throughout the area for our involvement in this area. We are highly knowledgeable of new laws, current legislation and legislation that may be coming, both on the state and federal level. This understanding equips us to help our clients in a strategic manner that will best benefit their situation.

These laws currently include House bill S.744, which would provide reform to border security, visas and other aspects of immigration. While this bill and others like it are not yet passed, immigration is an issue that will continue to be shaped by lawmakers for the foreseeable future. If you are facing an immigration issue that could be impacted by future laws or those currently being debated, it is important that you speak with an attorney who understands immigration legislation and the steps that you should take.

Contact Us If You Have Questions About Your Status

To learn more about immigration reform and how it may affect your status as well as what our lawyers can do to help, please contact our law firm by calling 214-504-1137. You may also contact us online.