Will the Immigration laws change? Everyone is talking about Immigration reform. Will there be an “amnesty”? What about Guest Workers?
Over the past few years, there has been extensive debate in the federal government about amnesty programs for people who have entered into the United States illegally. In many cases undocumented aliens would like to go home to visit their family and friends, and to comply with the Immigration Laws. Strict U.S. immigration laws make it impossible for them to return to the U.S., forcing them to remain here. American lawmakers continue to deny the economic and cultural contributions of these undocumented immigrants.
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If you are in the U.S. illegally, you are probably watching the Immigration debate very closely. Ames Immigration is paying very close attention to this matter and will be ready to give you the truth about any new immigration laws that have or have not been passed by the U.S, government. For over 10 years, Ames Immigration has been helping people with all of their family and individual visa needs. Sharon Ames has been a licensed attorney for over 25 years.
Immigration reform is not “amnesty.” Although many people call it amnesty, there will be requirements to fulfill, such as learning English or paying a large fine. The details of any changes for the undocumented aliens will be provided here at Ames Immigration.
Many undocumented workers have been told by “notarios” or “immigration representatives” that the “amnesty” has been passed into law. These people, who are practicing law illegally, will try to convince you that you can legally stay in the U.S. and that they will “file paperwork” for you. Beware! They are lying to you. Not only will you lose your money, you could also risk the ability to apply for legal status if the Immigration laws do change in your favor! If you want the correct information about the Immigration laws and what Congress is doing to change them, visit our website. Do not fall prey to the “scam” artists.
When you have questions, we give you straight answers
Our firm understands how important it is to communicate openly and clearly with our clients. You will never wonder how your family or employment visa application is progressing. We will return your calls promptly and answer your questions clearly. You will always work directly with attorney Sharon Ames.
Get honest answers about guest workers, amnesty or other changes in the Immigration laws that may affect your ability to gain legal status in the U.S.
Contact us with your questions about “amnesty” or any concern about comprehensive Immigration reform(“CIR”). We give you an honest evaluation about whether you can qualify for a family visa or business visa to help you obtain legal residency status.
- Spouses of United States citizens on a K-3 visa
- Children of United States citizens
- Parents of a United States citizen
- Fiancées of United States citizens, K-1 visas
- H—lB specialty occupations
- Hospital and health care worker visas
- Citizenship and naturalization
- Guest worker visas, H2-B visas for temporary work
We invite you to learn more about us at by reading:
- Ames Immigration’s blog
- Visas de inmigrante
- Testimonials from clients