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Obstacles to Immigration Reform Reinforce the Importance of the Law Offices of Henry A. Posada

In Washington D.C., meaningful immigration reform looks to be blocked for the foreseeable future, but Henry A. Posada remains an ally that immigrants can trust.

LOS ANGELES, March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- There are many reasons one might seek an immigration lawyer in Los Angeles; however, no matter what the need may be, the ideal attorney can always be found at the Law Offices of Henry A. Posada. For years, Mr. Posada has garnered a reputation as the immigration attorney Los Angeles trusts – and for good reason. For instance, when seeking lawful permanent residence, temporary visas or a work permit, California-based immigrants trust the esteemed attorney to provide world-class legal expertise. Though the skill and experience of Mr. Posada's team is well-known throughout Southern California, recent roadblocks to meaningful reform in Washington serve as a firm reminder of how invaluable the attorney's services are.

Last summer, the U.S. Senate finally passed an immigration reform bill. To immigration advocates, it was seen as a step in the right direction and a sign that a fair and effective immigration system could be put in place in the U.S. Since then, however, the news has been notably less positive. In early February, House Republicans, led by Speaker John Boehner, released a notice of "Immigration Reform Principles". The one-page document lays out stipulations for strong border security, among other measures that they maintain must be met before any reform can move forward.

One such requirement stated by Boehner is that President Obama must "earn back trust" before the GOP is willing to sign off on any immigration bill. However, many activists suggest this is just another stalling tactic. After all, President Obama has been notoriously tough on undocumented immigrants – since he took office, the Federal government has overseen an unprecedented nearly 2 million deportations.

The ongoing partisan gridlock in Washington hasn't only held up reform, it has also hurt a number of immigration cases that are currently being examined – a recent report found that last year's government shutdown delayed more than 37,000 cases for immigrants awaiting green cards or the chance to plead asylum. Yet, while immigrants may find few effective allies amongst federal legislators, they can take heart in knowing the team of legal experts at the Law Offices of Henry A. Posada are on their side – and fully prepared to provide support with any number of immigration issues.

About Henry A. Posada

At the Law Offices of Henry A. Posada, every client is provided with unparalleled personal attention and the utmost consideration. Most importantly, clients benefit from the celebrated legal acumen of Mr. Posada, a certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. Over the course of his career, the distinguished attorney has represented hundreds of individuals and businesses in immigration related matters, including acquisition of lawful permanent resident status based on family and employment, defense against deportation and removal and naturalization.

Among the Washington D.C. elite, debates on immigration continue to rage on – however, the repercussions of these battles are felt most by individuals throughout the U.S. that are simply looking for a better life for themselves and their families. At the Law Offices of Henry A. Posada, immigrants and their loved ones will find an expert attorney who is knowledgeable about immigration laws as they currently stand, and is willing to defend their right to work towards achieving their dreams. For a free consultation, contact the world-class legal team at (562) 904-9080 or online at www.hposadalaw.com. English and Spanish-speaking legal experts are available.

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