Neil Howe, President of H& H Media, confirmed they have officially launched a Nationwide search for Immigration professionals to be featured in the upcoming book, “Alienated: How To Avoid Common Immigration Mistakes”.
Explaining the search process, Howe said, “This is an important book for us, so we’ll be reaching out to a select group of Immigration Professionals we feel are real advocates for the success of immigrants in the United States, while at the same time committing to spread the word about a great organization like Access To Law Foundation.”
H & H Media has pledged 100% of the royalties from the retail sales of the book to be donated to Access To Law Foundation.
Scheduled for a summer release, “Alienated: How To Avoid Common Immigration Mistakes”, will spotlight each of the immigration professionals selected from this search, sharing their insights and real world experience on immigration.
Howe said, “This book isn’t just about immigration mistakes. The immigration professionals we select are passionate about helping immigrants obtain legal status within the United States. They will answer the most common questions and bust the myths and misconceptions so many people have about immigration. ‘Alienated: How To Avoid Common Immigration Mistakes’ will cover a host of immigration issues including family-related visas, removal proceedings, and business visas, giving a lot of valuable information that is greatly needed but rarely talked about”.
Howe went on to describe the book as, “… a powerful resource for immigrants who need help from professional immigration attorneys to educate themselves about their available options, even if they don’t think they can afford an attorney or find a path to legal status.”
With several industry leaders expressing interest in participating, H & H Media is expected to make an announcement revealing the final selections by May 18th, 2016.
However, Howe asserted, “One of the reasons we launched this search is because we didn’t want to go the route of filling this book with the stereotypical ‘Experts.’ This search would be unnecessary if that were the case. “We anticipate a lot of exposure around this project, for both Access To Law Foundation and the people we select to feature in the book. So, we want to showcase those Immigration Attorneys who are actually in the trenches, working hard every day and willing to share that experience to benefit a great cause and champion the success of immigrants who need education. That’s what will make this a win, win, win project.”