Note: The author is the immediate past chair of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and is a partner in Schneck & Harley Immigration Law Group, LLP. He also served as an Immigration Advisor to a Member of Congress.
After the elections of 2012, both Democrats and Republicans again turned to the topic of Immigration Reform and it looked like the government was finally going to act. Both parties recognized that the present immigration system is crippled and needs overhauled. The question is how to do so?