Rather than writing about some aspect of immigration law, I would like to take a break today to draw attention to my parents of whom I am most proud, and their websites. Just like me, they are immigrants to the United States, following me over in 1991. I sponsored them for permanent residence – they are the immediate relatives of a US citizen, me. They both developed an interest in the Internet in later life, and saw its potential as a method of disseminating information and connecting with others. [Read more…] about Personal Post – My Parents’ Websites
Immigration Law of Montana Social Media? What does that mean? Can you teach an old dog new tricks as the saying goes? Well, in the the last 15 years we have seen marketing a law firm move from using print, the Yellow Pages to the Internet. This move means more than simply having a website. Fortunately, getting started early on the Internet by establishing an Internet presence is rewarded by Google. Immigration Law of Montana, P.C. (ILM) registered its domain name in 2001, close to the dawn of time in the Internet age. While ILM may have been ahead of the game in terms of starting its website, its been slow in developing a social presence on the Internet. [Read more…] about Immigration Law Of Montana Social Media
Rogers Ssembatya, who is he? The stereotypical attorney of late-night comedy shows is money-grubbing and indifferent to his clients. The reality is much different in that many attorneys provide pro bono, at no cost, help to clients who are deserving and otherwise could not afford to pay. Providing pro bono care is something that the State Bar of Montana is continually exhorting its members to do. In fact, all lawyers, not just immigration attorneys, practicing in state of Montana have to file a report each year detailing the pro bono activities or other contributions as a condition of being licensed. [Read more…] about Rogers Ssembatya – Pro Bono Humanitarian Parole
Immigration Law of Montana Blog? Well every WordPress installation comes with its first post aptly titled “Hello World,” so I’ll borrow from that for my first post on the new Immigration Law of Montana, P.C. (ILM) Blog. I’ve told myself many times, I just need to sit down and start telling the world, or more likely clients and potential clients around Montana, North Dakota and Wyoming about ILM. [Read more…] about Hello Blog!