Automated Immigration Software Lacks Nuance

Automated Immigration Software Lacks Nuance

"Automated hand-holding won’t help all applicants, says Stephen Yale-Loehr, an adjunct professor at Cornell Law School who practices immigration law at Ithaca (N.Y.)-based Miller Mayer.  That’s because an immigration lawyer’s initial task is often to help clients choose between several avenues to getting the visa they want.  “A person may have more than one option to get a green card,” Yale-Loehr says." - Bloomberg, Sept. 24, 2013.