There is a lot of noise on the internet from immigration reform advocates who are dissatisfied with the Biden Administration.
They assert he has not done enough to meet the needs of immigrants or that he is moving too slow in pushing for reforms.
This attitude puzzles me.
Having practiced immigration law for over two decades, I’ve learned that progress happens in chunks.
Sometimes slower, sometimes faster.
Here’s a sampling of what changes have taken place since Biden became president.
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