Florida Immigration Attorneys

Could the Cost of the New Immigration Bill Kill Immigration Reform?

One of the most broad-reaching aspects of the recently proposed immigration bill is a clearly laid-out path by which close to 11 million undocumented immigrants, who currently reside in the United States, could obtain legal immigration status. Despite what some believe this level of immigration reform could mean to the country, both economical and in order to increase tax revenues, reports indicate the implementation of the new immigration bill could end up costing taxpayers approximately $124 billion dollars a year, or close to $6.3 trillion dollars over the next 50 years. Those figures allegedly come from the difference between the anticipated benefits newly legalized immigrants would claim and the taxes they would actually pay. There are many analysts who believe, however, that a complete immigration reform will only serve to benefit the country and its people.

If you need legal representation with an immigration matter, and you live in the Winter Park area, we strongly advise you contact our firm and speak with a Winter Park immigration lawyer as soon as possible. Immigration cases are known for their complexities and, unfortunately, any errors that occur during the immigration process, or on immigration applications, could render your efforts null and void. That is why we recommend you contact us immediately, so that we can help you expertly navigate through the immigration process. From the moment you contact our firm, we will work with you closely to see that you get the compassionate, yet aggressive representation you need in order to obtain the most optimum results in your case.

To find out how the new immigration bill could impact you, or to see legal counsel for any kind of immigration matter, contact a skilled Winter Park immigration attorney atBrown Immigration Law.