Immigration Law

Myths of Immigration Law and Challenges of the Practice

, New York Law Journal


In her Immigration Law column, Alexis S. Axelrad writes: Those immersed in the practice of U.S. immigration law have a front row seat to the dysfunction of the framework of the country's current immigration laws and their daily effect on businesses and individuals. It is the immigration lawyer's daily struggle to find ways to help clients navigate through the inconsistent application and enforcement of U.S. immigration law and policy.

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Originally appeared in print as Myths of U.S. Immigration Law and the Practitioner's Challenge

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