Immigration Reform Eligibility, Benefits

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If you are an undocumented immigrant, immigration reform will provide a path to citizenship. However, the path will be a tough one. Taylor Lee & Associates LLC is a law firm dedicated to helping Atlanta's immigrant community understand immigration reform. When reform passes, we will guide our clients down the path to citizenship.

When immigration reform passes, you will need to register with the government in order to obtain probationary legal status. Once you have probationary legal status, you will be able to pursue a green card. However, to be eligible you must demonstrate that you:

  • Are a person of good moral character
  • Have no criminal history
  • Are employed and have a solid work history
  • Pay taxes

The benefits of immigration reform are quite clear: A path to legal status and citizenship allows you to participate more fully in the American economy. It also allows you to leave behind fear and anxiety over deportation.

Criminal History

If you have a criminal record, speak to a lawyer before you do anything else. You will be automatically deported if the government discovers your criminal history. However, it may be possible to prevent your criminal history from affecting your immigration status.

Reform Is Coming. Be Prepared.

Though immigration reform has not yet become law, it is important to be prepared. When reform passes, those who prepared will move through the system far more quickly than those who did not. At Taylor Lee & Associates LLC, our lawyers will help you get ready for immigration reform.

Contact Taylor Lee & Associates LLC

To learn more about your eligibility for immigration reform, contact our office in Norcross, Georgia, at 770-441-4807 or 800-440-7601 to speak with an experienced immigration attorney. Hablamos español.