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August 03, 2005

Congressional Research Service Finds Immigration Law Extremely Complex

Citing multiple sources indicating that immigration law is "second only to the Internal Revenue Code in complexity" or that immigration "beats the tax code" for complexity, and that "a lawyer is often the only person who could thread the labyrinth," the Congressional Research Service finds numerous indications that immigration law is extremely complex. This is an understatment as I have seen immigration law grow in complexity over the last 18 years. There is a need to "break the mold" and create a new worker program. This will help employers and employees.

Posted by VisaLawyer at August 3, 2005 08:47 AM


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