Immigrants Find an Invaluable Resource in Attorney Henry A. Posada While reform is slowly happening, Henry A. Posada continues to provide unflagging support for US immigrants.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- For today's immigrants to the US, the hurdles that must be faced can seem all-but impossible to overcome. Whether seeking temporary visas, removal defense or a work permit, California residents seeking citizenship can often feel overwhelmed. That's why, for those seeking a truly knowledgeable and skilled immigration lawyer, Los Angeles-based Henry A. Posada is absolutely invaluable. As the chief attorney at the Law Offices of Henry A. Posada, the legal expert and his team remain committed to protecting the interests of immigrants, whether they involve naturalization and citizenship, business immigration issues or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a deferred action process that can provide relief for certain young immigrants. As immigrants and their supporters work to gain the attention of policymakers in D.C., the efforts of Mr. Posada serve as a constant support even during the most trying times.
NBC News reports that, since November 12th, more than a dozen activists have been fasting on the National Mall near the U.S. Capitol – some for several days at a time, others indefinitely. The goal of the activists is to compel Republican leadership in the House to bring the immigration bill to a vote. The activists have drawn many visitors, including President Barack Obama, Vice President Biden and various members of Obama's Cabinet.
Some believe that the proponents of immigration reform have the support of both the Obama administration and Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner, particularly considering his recent hiring of Rebecca Talent as director of immigration policy at the Bipartisan Policy Center. The International Business Times reports that Talent is seen as a strong advocate of immigration reform who, as a former senior policy adviser during Senator John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign, is also well-connected politically.
For many, this suggests that government leadership may finally be getting serious about focusing on meaningful reform; however, many more remain unconvinced. "Boehner would like the amnesty but he's just not emotionally committed to it," said Steven Camarota, who serves as director of research at the Center for Immigration Studies. Fortunately, immigrants and their families in Los Angeles can count on Henry A. Posada to defend their rights and advise on even the most complex immigration matters.
As a full-service boutique law firm specializing in immigration and nationality law, the Law Offices of Henry A. Posada advocates on behalf of foreign nationals and businesses confronted with today's evolving immigration laws. Due to their unique specialization, extensive training and experience, the team is able to provide impeccable legal counsel on the issues that matter most to immigrants and their families, including DACA, removal or deportation and much more.
For hunger striking activists and the immigrants they are drawing national attention to, the government's nominal efforts regarding meaningful immigration reform this past year are far from sufficient. Yet, as we await what the new year has in store, immigrants and their families can take comfort in knowing the unparalleled team at the Law Offices of Henry A. Posada is wholly dedicated to fighting for their rights. Contact them at (562) 904-9080 or online at www.hposadalaw.com. Free initial consultations with English and Spanish-speaking legal experts are available.
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