According to a report by the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) 48% of immigrants entering the United States between 2011 and 2015 have university degrees.
Latinos are the second group with more university graduates. Immigrants from Asia and Oceania are the second largest group with Europe in the third place. These numbers demonstrate that approximately half of all immigrants are now professionally prepared, compared to 27% a quarter of a century ago.
In these cases it is advisable to consult with an experienced immigration attorney and learn about the alternatives and opportunities for someone with a college degree, who is applying for a way to work and live in the United States and be an asset to the community.
Speaking with an experienced and skilled immigration attorney is the first step when dealing with any immigration issue.
Our attorneys are authorized and experienced in handling cases before the immigration agencies and courts.
An experienced attorney authorized to practice immigration law in Dallas, throughout Texas, can assure that your case moves forward as quickly as possible and is handled correctly.