by W. John Vandenberg I miss Tara O’Connor. We lost a great Immigration Lawyer this year. Tara was one of my first role models as an attorney. I met her when I was a law student, clerking at the Law Office of David E. Piver. Tara was an incredible Immigration Lawyer. Diligent, knowledgeable, and creative, … Missing Tara O’Connor, a Great Immigration Lawyer
By Katelyn M. Hufe, Esq. Last year’s AILA Conference in San Francisco came just 3 months after USCIS launched the provisional waiver program. Now, USCIS has had over a year to work out kinks in the program. The result: a 62% application approval rate, increasing clarity in standards and procedures, and the reopening, review and … Stateside Waivers: A Year of Improvements
This just came in from the LA Times. Really positive to see that there is real, hardheaded progress towards comprehensive immigration reform. About a month ago, AILA had our monthly chapter meeting in Philadelphia. Sen. Bob Casey came to give a short talk on what he was seeing on Capitol Hill, and after him a … Some good news — citizenship has staying power!
Hello, and welcome to our blog. The Immigration Law Monitor, published by Hogan & Vandenberg LLC, is meant to keep folks up to date on the goings-on within the sphere of immigration law in the United States and around the globe. Our partners, W. John Vandenberg of the Philadelphia, PA office (Bala Cynwyd, to be … Welcome to the Immigration Law Monitor