My First Year as an Immigration Attorney: Part 1 — Disillusionment

Over the course of my life, I’ve yet to have a year like 2019, wherein I married my spouse and became a licensed attorney. My year was great, but not without reservation.

During my short time as an attorney, I have already become disillusioned with the federal judiciary and with the federal government. I’ve also become somewhat skeptical of the…

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