Immigration lawyer Sheila Stuhlman has seen firsthand, all too often, the horrors the frequently slow moving immigration system wreaks on families, often through years of long separation.
We talked to several immigration attorneys to find out the good (it can be very rewarding) and the bad (it can be very frustrating) parts of practicing in this field. Find out what they had to say and how you can break into this specialty.
All attorneys go through a mandatory four-year undergraduate degree program. After successfully completing that, they then proceed to law school for a further three years of study. After these three years, they are then totally ready to work as an attorney.