Immigration Law Overview

Immigration Lawyers in Chicago Help You Navigate Immigration Processes

Chicago immigration attorneys making the nation stronger

Minsky, McCormick & Hallagan, P.C. believes immigrants made the U.S. the strong nation it is today. Our parents, grandparents and other ancestors built our cities and made our industries recognized throughout the world. As a nation, whether in politics, culture or business, we continue to be guided by immigrants who have made this country what it is today.

We believe strongly that immigration is good for the nation. Our immigration lawyers in Chicago are advocates in the field of immigration law and work with several generations of clients, offering them the highest standard professional legal counsel.

Navigating the complex U.S. immigration system

U.S. immigration laws dictate how an individual can come to the U.S. temporarily or remain in the U.S. long-term as a permanent resident or citizen.

Each process is unique and carries its own sets of requirements with it. Individuals, as well as employers, must navigate their way through these complex laws which are not easy tasks. Let our immigration lawyers in Chicago use their experience to help facilitate the process.

Contact an immigration lawyer in Chicago today

The authority to enforce and set immigration laws lies primarily with the federal government. Congress makes the laws and controls the nation’s policies on immigration.

Changes made after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, including the opening of the Department of Homeland Security, continue to bring an increasing complexity to immigration laws. The political climate surrounding immigration issues also makes it likely that the laws will continue to change.

During times like these, our experienced Chicago immigration attorneys are here to educate you. Contact the firm of Minsky, McCormick & Hallagan, P.C. at (312) 427-6163 or contact us online to see how we can help.


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