What does your agency do?
Why should we do our case with your agency?
Secondly, and probably most importantly, submitting an Immigration filing is one of the most serious and important documents you will ever file. Outside of getting married and starting a family, becoming a legal permanent resident or citizen of our country is one of the most life changing experiences. The legal ramifications and far reaching consequences of an insufficient or botched application cannot be overemphasized. NTA’s (Notices To Appear) or Deportation notices are now issued much more readily on non-qualifying cases because of the extra personnel available. A consultation prior to filing with one of our staff is always a good idea. No appointment is necessary for consultations and they are free.
Lastly, all our agency does is Immigration work; our staff- attorneys, paralegals, supervisors, clerks- all practice only Immigration. What this means to you is that we keep up on current laws and procedures so that you don’t have to. In this way procedural errors are lessened for your application. Anyone can fill out Immigration forms, but knowing that they are done correctly is another story. Using taxes as an analogy, it’s always better to consult and file with an expert in the field to avoid unnecessary aggravation due to inexperience.
What are some of the other agencies that can help?
Non-profit groups such as ours are also available and a good way to contact them is to call the New York Immigration Hotline; they have a current listing of these groups which have Attorneys, Accredited Reps and Paralegals available. Accredited Representatives are individuals who have been approved by the USCIS to represent applicants in Immigration matters. Some of the larger examples are Catholic Charities and Lutheran Immigration Services. There may be a long wait for an appointment.
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