By Allissa Wickham (June 10, 2016, 1:38 PM EDT) -- Given the highly complex nature of U.S. immigration law, opportunities abound for miscommunication with clients, whether it's setting unreasonable expectations or improperly explaining an immigration benefit.
Few legal fields can be as personal or emotionally fraught as immigration. Perhaps you're helping a company transfer a crucial foreign manager during a stressful merger or overseeing a lengthy green card process for a talented employee. Or maybe you're handling a deportation case for an immigrant with deep ties to the U.S. whose ability to remain with her family rests in your hands.
With such high stakes involved, it's natural for clients to be...
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