businessvisasWe often hear our immigration laws need reforming, but most of the attention is on reforming laws affecting immigrants who are in the United States illegally. We do, of course, realize that is perhaps not the politically correct way of saying it, but if we are going to solve our immigration problems, we have to face reality. Those individuals who are here legally also have immigration problems, and these are all too often ignored.

While cries for legalization are even heard in street protests as well as in Congress, the fact is that it is easier for some illegal immigrants to obtain permission to work and to obtain a green card than it is for legal immigrants.

Page 2 of 5
enzh-TWdehtplrues

Our Staff

peterloughlinheadPeter Loughlin
Principal

Peter J. Loughlin, Esq., J.D., LL.M., has many years of experience as a practitioner and educator.  

About Peter Loughlin


GoldmanThomasWEBTom Goldman
Principal
 

Thomas W. Goldman, Esq., J.D., LL.M., has over 40 years of experience as a practitioner and educator.

About Tom Goldman

Expert Blogs

*/