The ratcheting up of government crackdowns on businesses suspected of employing illegal workers has new clients streaming to Gerry Chapman’s immigration law practice in Greensboro, N.C.
 More undocumented workers are seeking legal status and more employers are seeking advice on helping their workers stay in the United States, according to Chapman, whose law firm specializes in obtaining both permanent and temporary visas, aiding with naturalization applications and assisting in ...

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