Without putting too fine a point on it, immigration law seems to change daily, much to the confusion of those wishing to apply to live in the U.S. This is why a competent and knowledgeable immigration lawyer is crucial when trying to sort out the system.
While it might be that change is a good thing, one wonders if too much change is rather obstructive, particularly in the case of U.S. immigration law. “Immigration laws are already complex and with each change, it affects something else, like a series of dominoes toppling over,” explained Sally Odell, of Rifkin Fox-Isicoff in Miami and Orlando, Florida.
People wishing to apply to live in the U.S. are faced with so many hurdles and constantly changing rules and regulations, it’s a wonder they don’t give up in disgust and throw in the towel. In order to deal with the changing requirements of U.S. immigration law, it is vital to consult with an attorney who knows what they are doing, is able to explain things simply, is on top of the constant changes, and who produces favorable results.
Enter Rifkin Fox-Isicoff, P.A., who has extensive experience dealing with immigration laws and all the rules and regulations. Their job, when people hire them, is to immediately get a complete overview of the situation and pay attention to all the little details. Explaining all the options open to an applicant will allow the potential immigrant to make an informed decision.
It is also the lawyer’s job to make recommendations as to the best ways to get legal status and assist with the completion and submission of all required applications. Part of submitting the forms and offering recommendations is largely dependant on keeping abreast of all the most recent changes in immigration law. “A good immigration lawyer worth their salt will have all the latest changes at hand when discussing how to proceed with their client,” outlined Odell.
Keeping on top of the changes in rules and regulations helps to avoid delays and problems down the line, as the application for immigration winds its way through the cumbersome system. “Along the way we may wind up speaking to the Department of Homeland Security or representing a person in court as well, ” sad Odell. “We aim to be prepared for all contingencies.”
The immigration lawyer will also take the lead in filing appeals and waivers, if required, and making sure the “system” is used to the client’s advantage. For these reasons, and others, it only makes sense to hire an immigration lawyer that knows the system and will go to bat for their clients in order to make their application for immigration to the U.S. become a reality.
In the final analysis, a highly qualified, expert immigration lawyer is worth their weight in gold and will make the process of dealing with the system not only bearable, but informative. When hiring an immigration lawyer, be sure to look for the kind of experience that Rifkin Fox-Isicoff, P.A. in Miami and Orlando, Florida, bring to the table.