As we always caution anyone seeking the assistance of a qualified “immigration practitioner,” make sure the person you pay money to is actually qualified to help with immigration matters and not just someone holding himself or herself out to be a lawyer!
Recently, a New York woman was convicted for defrauding many immigrants from thousands of dollars by promising to obtain permanent residency (green card) to those who paid her.
NO ONE can ever guarantee a specific outcome in an immigration matter. So beware of anyone who makes such promises!
Click here to read the article about the New York woman convicted of immigration fraud.
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