House of Representatives Movement on Potential Immigration Reform
The House of Representatives’ Republican leadership released a set of standards related to immigration reform. The release of these standards is a sign of movement on the issue of immigration. The Attorneys at the NPZ Law Group, P.C. are pleased to see this movement as it signals the real possibility that immigration reform may come to fruition this Spring.
Are we Halfway there? U.S. Senate Passes Historic Immigration Reform Legislation
The Nachman Phulwani Zimovcak (NPZ) Law Group, P.C. applauds the U.S. Senate for passing comprehensive immigration reform legislation (S. 744) by a vote of 68-32 (including 14 Republicans). The vote reflects how far the country has come in understanding the significance of immigration reform to the health and well-being of the nation as a whole.
The Nachman Phulwani Zimovcak (NPZ) Law Office Applauds The Introduction of a Bi-Partisan Senate Immigration Reform Bill.
April 18, 2013 – Ridgewood, New Jersey – The Nachman Phulwani Zimovcak (NPZ) Law Group, applauds the “Gang of Eight” Senators who have introduced the “Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act.” The Senators and their staff have been working tirelessly, for months, to create a bi-partisan solution that attempts to fix our broken immigration system.
President Obama’s Immigration Speech Highlights Key Principles at the Heart of Immigration Reform
Ridgewood, NJ – Today, President Obama called for common sense, comprehensive immigration reform, saying unequivocally that now is the time for action. He noted that most Americans agree that it is time to “fix the system that has been broken for way too long” and that immigration reform will strengthen our economy and our nation’s future. We applaud the President’s commitment to key principles at the heart of meaningful immigration reform, starting with an earned path to legal status that eventually could be converted to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented in our communities, and including:
Indians to benefit from Obama’s Comprehensive Immigration Policy
The Obama administration is all set to fix America’s broken immigration system as an understanding has been reached between the Republicans and Democrats to bring about the long over-due Comprehensive Immigration Reforms (CIR) policy into practice to benefit millions of undocumented or illegal migrants in the US. Stating this, Michael Phulwani and David Nachman, the US lawyers of NPZ Law Group who are here on an official visit, said ‘the time has come for President Barack Obama to honour his promises made to his voters including Latinos and Indians who helped him get a second term.’ The whole US system is based on the immigration policies and ‘this year we are expecting huge changes which will try to fix the broken immigration system,’ Mr. Phulwani, who is practicing US immigration and nationality law for the last 35 years, said.