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[Q] Can an immigration attorney licensed in any 50 states practice U.S. immigration law?


Yes, U.S. immigration law, like U..S. bankruptcy law and U.S. maritime law, is a federal law; therefore, as long as an attorney is licensed in one of the 50 U.S. states, he or she can practice U.S. immigration law.