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Broken Again? A Brief History of Recent U.S. Immigration Law

During my 35 plus years practicing U.S. immigration and nationality law I have heard one constant complaint from colleagues and the chattering class alike. Like Chicken Little’s refrain about the “sky falling,” the complaint is that the immigration system is somehow “broken.” When I first started practicing in 1976 it was our way of dealing […]

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