The US economy is struggling, with the economy continuing to slow, but there is some good news to come out of the ongoing immigration debate.
According to a new study, immigration lawyers are making more money than ever before.
But this doesn’t mean that all lawyers are getting rich.
It just means that the legal profession is getting better at what it does.
A new study by the National Immigration Law Center at Georgetown University found that for the first time in its 40-year history, immigration law is doing better than it has in decades.
It found that immigration lawyers made an average of $90,000 more in 2016 than in 2008.
That’s up from $69,000 in 2008 and $46,000 a decade ago.
And it’s up substantially from a decade earlier.
A decade ago, a lawyer could expect to earn about $75,000 per year.
Now, they can expect to make about $80,000, the report found.
But it’s not just lawyers making more.
The average income of all US immigration lawyers rose from $89,000 to $89.5 million in 2016.
It’s up by about 6 percent from a year ago, when the average income was about $91,000.
The report also found that lawyers were making more than ever in the United States, from 2009 to 2016.
For the first half of 2016, immigration attorneys were making $83,000 an hour, up from about $79,000 the previous year.
And they were making about $77,000 by the end of 2016.
The study also found a rise in the number of lawyers working on immigration cases, with a third of all legal immigration cases in the US in 2016 going to lawyers, up 10 percent from the previous two years.
A big chunk of the increase was driven by attorneys who had to make more than $120,000 annually.
For example, in 2016, a fourth of the immigration lawyers who had been hired were paying more than the $130,000 annual salary required by federal law, the study found.
It also found an increase in the percentage of immigration lawyers earning more than a billion dollars in 2016 from just over 30 percent a decade prior.
That figure is up from just under 16 percent in 2008, according to the study.
This means that legal immigration is a booming industry.
That has some people worried about the economic impact of the increasing number of immigrants entering the country.
But immigration lawyer salaries are not going up.
The most recent report by the Immigration and Naturalization Service, or INS, shows that lawyers’ annual paychecks increased by 3.5 percent in 2016 compared with a year earlier.
And that’s on top of the average increase of 6.7 percent between 2008 and 2016.
This is good news for American workers.
It means that lawyers make more money, because immigration lawyers get more work.
The American Immigration Lawyers Association said it’s important to look at the number in terms of the total number of jobs that legal workers get in their field.
That would include the number that they get as part of a team, the number they get on a case, and the number on an individual case.
And then, that includes the number and quality of work they do.
Immigration lawyer salaries can go up because the workforce is getting more diverse, so they can work with a variety of clients, said Steven Goss, an attorney at the Washington, D.C.-based American Immigration Law Association.
“The reality is that we have a population that is growing in our country,” Goss said.
“That’s why the pay rates for lawyers are going up.”
But immigration lawyers say that this isn’t about changing the number.
They say that it’s a continuation of the practice of using a court system that doesn’t reflect reality and is out of step with changing times.
The government needs to do a better job of educating Americans about the costs of immigration, said Richard Rothstein, a professor of immigration law at George Washington University and a former chief of staff to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
He said there are so many factors that go into the costs that can come out in legal fees.
The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 gives immigration lawyers the right to bring a class action lawsuit against the government for alleged violations of federal law.
The lawyers can then seek an award of $250,000 or more, and get back the money if the government doesn’t win the case.
Rothstein said the way to solve this problem is to increase the number, not decrease the number because that can cause lawyers to get injured in the process.
The law requires that lawyers bring a single class action for each case they handle.
If a judge awards a million or more dollars to an attorney, the judge has to order that attorney to pay the money in court.
Rothberg also said the federal government needs more immigration lawyers.
“We’re not doing a good enough job educating the American public and helping them understand what the costs are of doing business in the