Best Ways For Immigration Lawyers To Advertise?

A: I think a lot of clients come to me because they found out about me through word-of-mouth referrals from other people, or they have seen my ads in the newspaper. I also have a Facebook page and LinkedIn profile that are public, so if someone wants to find out more information about me, he can do it there.

Q: How has your practice evolved?

A: In general, immigration law is much more specialized now than it used to be 20 years ago when I graduated from law school. Before then, many family-based petitions were done by attorneys specializing in nonimmigrant visas (such as business visas for foreign nationals seeking entry into the U.S.), and no one really knew what was going on with all these different kinds of visa categories until you got down deep into them. Now everyone knows that you can’t just do everything under one blanket category anymore — even though everything seems to still fall under the umbrella of “immigration” these days! There are not too many opportunities for new attorneys who specialize in family-based petitions anymore; most employers only need U nonimmigrant visas at this point anyway because each petition requires an attorney who specializes in that area of immigration law (e.g., EB1/EB2). However, prospective candidates should be aware of their options regarding employment before making any decisions regarding where their future might lie! A lawyer cannot guarantee anything with regards to his/her own personal circumstances after graduation…

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