An Immigration Paradox develops when American immigration policy is subjected to Government benign neglect. Additionally, although frequently used by many in the public, the word “illegal” is technically not recognized as a legal term in American immigration law as it applies to people. Surprised? Read further.
Immigration has always been a controversial, complex, and very important issue historically in American public policy. In fact, the historic and fundamental importance of immigration in American culture, in combination with the increasing controversy and inevitably complexities involving it, has created inevitable the above-referenced immigration paradox.
This book presents an overview of American immigration history, trends, policies and practices, and addresses the “paradox” issue from the perspective of a former United States Immigration Judge. Nothing written in this book is intended or designed in any way to diminish, malign, or disparage any person, group, country, organization, institution, or people.
This important book contains “Fifteen (15) Tips for Winning Immigration Cases.”
Charles Ware is a former United States Judge. He is currently a principal in the national general practice law firm of Charles Jerome Ware, Attorneys & Counsellors. He has published and spoken publicly numerous times on various legal topics. His previous legal book published by iUniverse in 2008, "Understanding the Law: A Primer," has been well-received by readers. He is a former college administrator and university law professor. Charles Ware has been featured on his own number one legal advice radio program, as well as numerous other television and radio shows. He lives in Columbia, Maryland with his wife Fran, ahd his daugher Lucinda-Marie.