Federal and state immigration laws, requirements, procedures, forms, and policy guidelines are constantly changing. So, if you wish to obtain a U.S. visa or green card, you may be wondering how to keep up with these fluctuations. Typically, important immigration-related updates are available on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' (USCIS) website. However, only experienced immigration lawyers such as the Law Office of Carmen DiAmore-Siah in Honolulu are privy to all recent and upcoming changes.
With many immigration laws currently up for debate in Washington, for example, we may soon see new legislation across many topics including border patrols, H-1B visas, and the granting of legal status to illegal aliens. The President has noted, both on the campaign trail and while in office, that immigration reform is among his top priorities. Both the Senate and the House of Representatives also have their visions of change. Thus, we can expect many developments over the next four years.
So, how will new legislation affect your specific situation? To find out, you must first consult your immigration lawyer. With years of experience as well as connections in the field, this professional will keep you informed on all updates from various branches of government and all relevant federal agencies. Then, they can tell you how these changes may influence your visa or green card petition.
Attorney DiAmore-Siah, for example, has over 25 years of experience representing foreign nationals. She has a firm grasp on her ever-evolving field and will keep you up-to-date on the latest news. Once you’re ready to start the application process, she will continue to help you navigate through obstacles, explaining each procedure in clear, easy-to-understand terms. With her help, you can not only keep up with current events but also obtain your visa or green card without the usual stress of the application process.
Immigration laws are always changing. But, that doesn’t mean you have to navigate them alone. For more on the field’s latest regulations, visit the Law Office of Carmen DiAmore-Siah online. To schedule a free initial consultation, call (808) 531-2277.