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Immigration attorneys extremely busy locally with sponsorship challenges

Advocates for Hispanic immigrants in areas including Door and Kewaunee counties say immigration attorneys they work with are very busy with citizenship efforts.  That includes laws governing sponsorship of immigrant parents by adult children who are U.S. citizens.  Sister Melanie Maczka, the co-founder of Casa ALBA Melanie, says their immigration attorneys level with people during the initial consultation process.

 

 

Those consultations are held Wednesday by appointment only at Casa ALBA Melanie in the Hispanic Resource Center on South Madison Street in Green Bay.

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