Today is the conclusion of our feature on “Immigration in Pictures”. I hope you have not only been able to learn more about Camille J. Mackler and her awesome site but to learn more about why a perspective on immigration matters. I mentioned it earlier in the week but I love this site because of the focus on pictures. Pictures bring a perspective that often includes human faces. It is perspectives like these that must be considered when thinking of immigration in our country. Here are the other parts of the feature if you missed them. Part 1, Part 2. Continue reading
I am happy to bring to you Part 2 of our Feature on Immigration in Pictures. If you didn't catch Monday's Part 1 I will reemphasize that I am so excited about this blog Camille J. Mackler is working on because it shows the human factor behind immigration. This isn't an issue of stats and numbers but of faces, people, and families. I will conclude the 3 part feature Friday. Continue reading
Immigration In Pictures
When I found this blog by Camille J Mackler I knew I wanted to feature it here on the website. I have always believed if people will consider the human faces of immigration it will change their views. I hope you take a chance to read my interview with her and get to know a little more about this wonderful project.
Check out the site http://www.immigrationinpictures.com/
Our featured Twitter Account of the day is Bogart Immigration @BogartImmigrat
Kansas City, MO
Our firm is a full service immigration law office providing assistance in virtually all aspects of this complicated area of the law.
Nathan Bogart is a team member here at Inform US Citizens and one of the founders of the site. He has recently launched a new immigration law firm for the Kansas City area. We are so excited for him and always proud to have him be part of our team. Check out his new site @ http://bogartimmigrationlaw.com/
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“All too often, individuals seeking immigration benefits are deceived by people pretending to be “immigration experts.” This is against the law.
Common scams include:
Falsely posing as a lawyer or BIA-accredited representative and charging customers for legal “advice” on immigration matters
Charging for free services such as USCIS forms and InfoPass appointments or charging exorbitant amounts for assistance with immigration services
Falsely acting as a representative of the U.S. government and charging for a green card, employment authorization, temporary protected status or some other immigration benefit
Other people may offer to help you complete your forms and may have good intentions, but are not qualified to provide legal advice on immigration law or your immigration options.
Today, in partnership with several other agencies, USCIS is launching a public education initiative to combat the unauthorized practice of immigration law (UPIL).”
For More info visit USCIS
Glad to see these efforts moving forward as it will decrease the people who
get taken advantage of. The best way to be safe is going through trusted
services who do not promise specified results. Please always consult
a licensed Immigration Attorney. Be informed, ask lots of questions,
seek referrals, and check credentials.