I note the canard in "Chucky's" letter of April 29th that attorneys are practicing immigration law to "line their pockets with fees." As an attorney whose practice since 1977 has been concentrated in areas pertaining to immigration law and practice, I am heartened by the number of fellow AILA member attorneys who selflessly share their time and knowledge. Most of my colleagues are dedicated to the advancement of their clients' cases because the attorneys seek to improve the lives of their clients, and understand the overall benefits of immigration to the general welfare of the US. Most immigration lawyers also understand that there are many other areas of law that are much more financially rewarding than the practice of immigration law.
Robert R. Gard
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