Naples Immigration Lawyer Comments on DHS Plans to Terminate 17,000 Cases Against Illegals
Immigration Lawyers in Naples Florida, Goldman & Loughlin, PLLC (http://USImmigrationTeam.com) comments on the Department of Homeland Security’s latest immigration policy change that may lead to terminating more than 17,000 cases pending before the immigration courts.
In an online interview with Naples immigration lawyer Peter J. Loughlin of the Goldman and Loughlin Law Firm. "It is a common sense approach to immigration reform that has been far too long in the making—but welcome nonetheless.” The fact is that there is a huge backlog of over 248,000 pending immigration cases nationwide. Many of these cases involve immigrants with no criminal background whatsoever and who would otherwise be eligible to apply for lawful permanent residence if their case is terminated. Loughlin cautions, “While several of the law firm’s clients currently in proceedings may benefit by being able to file for a green card if their immigration court case is terminated, the vast majority across the country may not be eligible. In those cases the government will be placing them in a sort of limbo status where they are not able to legalize, but will merely return to living in the shadows until the government decides what to do with them.”
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Founded by immigration attorneys Peter J. Loughlin and Thomas W. Goldman, the firm handles immigration cases nationwide and worldwide. The firm currently maintains offices in Naples Florida, Orlando and Bradenton.
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