Immigration Reform

Immigration Reform

After many years of inaction, Congress has been considering new immigration laws. While we can not anticipate the timing or nature of these changes, they may include improvements to the current green card and temporary visa categories to make them more responsive to the needs of our recovering economy. Some proposed changes, that do not gain much attention in the press, would help entrepreneurs, doctors, students, and individuals with higher degrees.

We are carefully following developments. Members of our team have been, and will be, in Washington D.C. to meet with Congressional staff on these issues. Please be assured that we will be evaluating any new law to see how it might help our clients. For the sake of efficiency, we will link here to some of the groups that are actively tracking legislation. We strongly encourage you to support proposals that sound positive to you by contacting your Congressperson or Senator through or


Some reliable links to follow these developments:


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