In the wake of President Obama declaring the Defense of Marriage Act to be unconstitutional, green card applications from spouses of legally married same-sex couples were put on hold so that legal decisions could be made as to how the applications should be handled.
A recent article in the New York Times discussed how several state legislatures in the South are in the process of adopting harsher laws against illegal immigrants. South Carolina is one of the states discussed in the article, along with Alabama and Georgia.
United States immigration law is complex and confusing. Whether you are an American citizen seeking to help your fiancé come to the United States, or you are a foreign employee pursuing an employment visa, the help of an experienced lawyer can be critical to accomplishing your goals.