One Road to Immigration Law

True confession: I did not take immigration law in law school and I took Latin as my foreign language class.  AILA members, reading that, I’m sure you just groaned. But the fact was, I did not become an attorney to practice immigration law. About 20 years ago though, my life took a happy turn and I haven’t looked back. In 1996, after I graduated and passed the bar, I started work as an associate in a small-town general practice firm. One day, I was working on a worker’s compensation matter; the next day, a drunk-driving case; the next day,...

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