Immigration Reform in the United States
How will immigration reform impact your application and your family?
My firm, The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C., has a great insight
into the complex issues surrounding immigration visa and citizenship applications.
Recently the Defense of Marriage Act was upheld in the Supreme Court of
the United States. This alone has impacted many applications from same
sex couples who wish to legitimize the status of the foreign spouse.
- Pending legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives may or may not
pass but the need remains. There are many areas that will be impacted
by immigration reform including:
- Adjustment of Status
- Dream Act Child Green Card
- Green Cards
- Marriage and Fiancée Visas
- Deportation Hearing;
- Employment Based Visas
- Consular Proceedings
Most people agree there is a dire need for immigration reform; the problem
lies in the method to approach the reform process. For example, the Dream
Act is intended to grant green cards to immigrant children who graduate
from high school based on the fact that they were brought to the country
as children. Find out more about the
Dream Act if you think you may qualify for this program.
The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. - Immigration Case Assistance
Immigration attorneys handle a multitude of visa applications and deportation
hearings that could be more efficiently resolved if immigration reform
becomes a fact. Until then, the best chance of getting a visa or a permanent
residency card is to retain the services of an experienced
New Jersey immigration lawyer.
I am Attorney Lloyd Bennett, and I have been intimately involved with the
American Immigration Lawyer Association and I am a former Chair of the
New Jersey Chapter. At my firm, I see the need for immigration reform
every day. I am available for consultation by phone, email or personal visit.
Contact my firm for any matters related to immigration and let me put my 25 years of experience
to work for you.