The Los Angeles immigration lawyers at the Hanlon Law Group, a Professional Corporation, will continue to represent clients in all immigration matters.
As many readers will recognize, I have been representing clients for several years in everything from the most basic immigration applications to extremely complicated Federal Court litigation. The past few years has been a period of constant change in the Immigration Laws, mostly to the detriment of people seeking to establish a new life in America. Today’s immigration cases demand an attorney’s unrelenting commitment to understanding every change in the law.
While we have a new name and a new location, we intend to provide the same expertise, aggressive representation and personal service that our clients have come to expect. Hanlon Law Group, a Professional Corporation, will continue to represent clients in all immigration matters, including nonimmigrant visa applications for professional workers, investors, entertainers, traders and intra-company transferees; family and employment-based immigrant visa petitions; and asylum, cancellation of removal and other deportation defenses.
In addition, we intend to provide our clients with full-service representation. As the Immigration Laws become more difficult to understand, most people’s cases implicate other areas of the law, including family law, general civil litigation, real estate and probate law.
No one can predict when Congress will decide to change the immigration laws again. No one can guarantee how the laws will be changed in the future. We at Hanlon Law Group, P.C., however, can guarantee that the laws will continue to change and that we will devote ourselves to shaping the law to our clients’ betterment in the courts, and keeping abreast of new developments that may affect our clients’ cases.
The current state of the law demands this type of commitment. Attorneys who rely on bygone victories and bravado to impress the public will be left very far behind in the new millennium. We plan to be around for a long time.