4 Signs You Aren't Cut Out To Be An Immigration Attorney

By Allissa Wickham (August 5, 2016, 3:14 PM EDT) -- Practicing immigration law can be rewarding, as it gives attorneys the chance to keep families together or help someone embark on a career in the U.S. But the quirks and demands of this field mean it isn't for everyone....

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