In case you were not aware, this Spring (of 2015) new Obamagration policies will go into effect on behalf of immigrants wishing to enter the United States of America.
Although some pundits consider Obama’s recent actions on immigration policy as dictatorial in the form of an unconstitutional power grab, immigrants seeking entry into the United States don’t care about the illegality of Barack Obama’s actions and seek to take advantage of the new US immigration policies as soon as possible.
Houston Immigration Lawyers Scratch Heads
Immigration lawyers in Houston, and nationwide, are at the end of their seats waiting on the date when the new DACA and DAPA plans will be implemented, at which point, an expected flood of immigration applications are expected to be sent to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
One can understand why immigration is huge when it comes to moving to the United States and especially to the Houston area considering its vibrant economy and professional possibilities available to our newest friends and neighbors.
If you need to talk with an experienced federal immigration & citizenship attorney that can help you with the immigration process there are number of Houston immigration attorneys that are willing to help you.
Make sure that you and your family members take action (as soon as possible) so you can get ahead of the expected stampede of people looking to make their way into the United States of America post Obamagration implementation.
When choosing a professional to represent you and/or your family’s interests it’s important to take note as to whether or not they have the experience that your situation requires. The USCIS makes it a point to be suspicious all immigration applications and green card request and have taken a substantially harder stance on federal immigration policy.
In the likely event that the great Donald J. Trump is elected to the presidency of the United States one can be assured that any future attempts to enter the United States will become more difficult.