ace25 wrote:So I've been lurking this forum quite a bit to do some research on my situation just figured I would need more help.
Right now I have a student visa going into my third year of undergrad. I am on my parents h1b and had to switch to the f1 because I'm turning 21, but I have been in the States since I was 6 years old. I want to practice immigration law since thats what I'm passionate about and am starting to study for my lsats but the problem is that I'm don't know if I'll be able to find a firm after graduating that will sponsor an h1b or a green card. Even if I went to a t14, a biglaw firm would possibly sponsor me bit but biglaw doesn't necessarily exist in the immigration field.
So is all the time and money spent even worth it if I can't find work in the States?
Same problem here. I've already been admitted to a law school, and I decided to study & practice immigration law in the future. Is it possible for a foreigner to get a job in immigration law practice area in the State?