How will Trump’s presidency affect immigrants?

| Dec 28, 2016 | US Immigration Law |

As the days inch closer to President-elect Donald Trump’s Inauguration Day, many immigrants throughout the country are becoming increasingly uneasy, and are left with much uncertainty about the status of their life and future in the United States with Trump in office. Throughout his campaign, Trump used illegal immigrants and their status in the U.S. in an unflattering manner and used the subject of immigration law as a rallying cry to gain support from voters less sympathetic to the plight of immigrants.

Now that he is elected, it is uncertain what he will do when in power. Will he adhere to the strict policies he pledged during his campaign, or will he rethink things and pull back on some of the rhetoric?

Regardless of your status here in America, it is important for us to acknowledge that many immigrants play a vital role in both the country’s workforce and have a strong social impact on local, state and national scenes.

Our team at Kurzban Kurzban Weinger Tetzeli and Pratt P.A. understand our clients’ concerns. You are here in the United States to live a long, happy and fruitful life. Our team has helped immigrants throughout the United States from locally at our home office here in Miami, Florida all the way to Hawaii and everywhere in between. We wrote the book on laws of immigration in the United States, quite literally. We understand what needs to be done to resolve your case to the best of our abilities to help you achieve your goals and success here in the U.S., whether you are an illegal immigrant or are staying here with a work visa.