This Week in Immigration

Atty. Kelly O'Reilly

Atty. Kelly O'Reilly Kelly O’Reilly is a nationally known immigration expert and former immigration officer. He is a highly sought after speaker on immigration and employment compliance issues. Mr. O’Reilly serves as the current chair of the Riverside County Bar Association Immigration section and is a partner in the full-service immigration firm of Wilner & O’Reilly where he provides free consultations.


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President Trump’s ‘Buy American, Hire American’ executive order

On April 18, President Donald Trump signed an executive order which focused on two areas of the administration’s policy: protection of American jobs (“Hire American”) and preference for U.S.-manufactured goods (“Buy American”). With regards to the protection of U.S. jobs, … Continue reading

June 02, 2017

Undocumented parents — what you need to know

Recent developments in immigration law have certainly caused a great deal of fear and worry among immigrant families. Fear can either propel to action or can immobilize and paralyze. In recent articles, it has been our goal to offer words … Continue reading

April 07, 2017

Making an immigration plan

Recent executive orders signed by President Trump, have sparked widespread discussion within the immigrant community. U.S. immigration laws and policy are centerstage. Much of what is being discussed within the immigrant community, although well intentioned, can often be misguided and … Continue reading

March 24, 2017

The importance of having a qualified immigration attorney in these uncertain times

Immigration policy and enforcement continues to evolve undergoing a large shift and uncertainty abounds. Undocumented immigrants fear ICE knocking at their door and those with lawful immigration status, but who are not yet U.S. citizens, are also uncertain. Concern is … Continue reading

March 10, 2017

File your green card application now!

EDWARD, a 45 year-old married man from Manila came to the United States in 1999.  His mom and dad are U.S. citizens and filed a petition for him in December 1994.  He has been waiting 20 years for his priority … Continue reading

September 19, 2015

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