Law Offices of Chris M. Ingram

    USCIS in the Trump Era

    September 20, 2017

    The Future of US Immigration by Chris M. Ingram., LL.M., ESQ Back to News Home Page United Stated Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has changed under the Trump Presidency, and certainly not for the better. With force, USCIS has gotten tough on all immigration cases. If you thought that USCIS was making the immigration process […]

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    Is this the Flag of the United States of America?

    August 26, 2017

    One of the challenges as an immigration lawyer is to speak above the heated rhetoric of the issues of the day that dominates the airwaves. Following a White Supremacist rally August 12th 2017, Heather Heyer, an anti-hate protestor, was run over and killed by a White Supremacist, 20-year old, James Alex Fields, the alleged driver of […]

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    Making America Great Together

    August 5, 2017

    By Chris M. Ingram, LL.M., ESQ Back to News Home Page It starts with a dream or an idea that simply won’t go away. You push it to the back of your mind thinking, I could never achieve that, but you convince yourself to take one step and then another step and then slowly but […]

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    Is the RAISE Act Dead on Arrival? Absolutely!

    August 2, 2017

    By Chris M. Ingram, LL.M., ESQ Back to News Home Page Today, President Trump along with Senators Mr. Cotton and Mr. Perdue announced the introduction of the “Reforming American Immigration for a Strong Economy” Act or RAISE Act. The proposed Act seeks to reduce legal immigration in to the US by limiting the pathways by […]

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    American Values in the Trump Era

    July 16, 2017

    By Chris M. Ingram, LL.M., ESQ Back to News Home Page As a US Immigration Attorney and as a US Immigrant, I think about my personal immigration status and the status of my clients all the time. I literally live the recurring experience of being an immigrant every single day. Thanks to my immigrant parents […]

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    Let’s Make America Smart Again

    July 2, 2017

    By Chris M. Ingram, LL.M., ESQ Back to News Home Page During the industrialization of America from 1820-1870, long before computers, America’s strength came from its labor force and when I say “labor” force I mean manual hard backbreaking labor. If you’re going to build a Trans-American railroad you need fit laborers. Look at all […]

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    Supreme Court Allows Partial Travel Ban

    June 26, 2017

    By Chris M. Ingram, LL.M., ESQ Back to News Home Page News Today Ok, so we have some news on President Trump’s Travel Ban. The Supreme court today rendered an interim ruling on the legality of President Trump’s Travel ban. Here is what the court decided pending a full consideration of the matter scheduled for […]

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    Why Immigrants Will Save America

    June 18, 2017

    By Chris M. Ingram, LL.M., ESQ Back to News Home Page As an Immigrant from the UK living the American dream, and as a US Immigration lawyer; trying to shout above anti-immigrant rhetoric, I’m always looking for news that positively promotes the value immigrants bring to the US.  I found a story that you might […]

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    Immigrants Who Made America Greater

    May 28, 2017

    By Chris M. Ingram, LL.M., ESQ Back to News Home Page Early immigrants to the US had opportunities in building America’s infrastructure, roads and railroads, construction, agriculture, factories and commerce. Because America was so young it needed to build everything from scratch. Therefore, for many years (indeed decades), America has been desperate for workers to […]

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    President Trump vs. America?

    May 20, 2017

    By Chris M. Ingram, LL.M., ESQ Back to News Home Page Like millions of other U.S. Immigrants, when I relocated to the US in 1999, my wife and I did not make our decision to relocate based on who was in the White House. Indeed, we did not make our decision based on the state […]

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