Solo and Small Firm
The Practitioner Spring 2018, Volume 24, Issue 2
- A Federal Court Upholds the Legality of California Workers' Compensation Anti-Fraud Legislation With Additional Procedural Due Process Warranties
- Cannabis Country
- Coach's Corner: Get Off the Hamster Wheel Now, Before it is Too Late!
- Executive Committee of the Solo and Small Firm Law Section 2017-2018
- Letter From the Chair
- Letter From the Editor
- MCLE Article: Judgment Liens: the First and Last Step
- Proposed New Ethics Rules, and Their Impact on Solo Practitioners
- Table of Contents
- Who Owns the Client?
- Five Things You Need to Know About Today's Rapidly Changing Immigration Laws
Five Things You Need to Know About Today’s Rapidly Changing Immigration Laws
By Princesherry Hechanova
Although Princesherry Hechanova started her career as a litigator, defending healthcare professionals in personal injury cases, her passion for immigration drove her to continue to pursue her goal to manage her own immigration firm. Today, she has offices in both Los Angeles and Orange County, where modern technology allows her to assist clients located throughout the United States as well as those in foreign countries. She continues to believe that immigration has made, and continues to make, the United States the great country it is today.
With the change of administration in 2017 came widespread change in immigration law. Covering each and every change in detail will take more space than this publication can cover. Thus, we have limited this article to some of the most pressing changes: