Day after day, I hear complaints from prospective clients about the bad experiences they had in the past with their former “immigration” lawyers. Often, these “immigration lawyers” are not even real lawyers!
Recently, the New York City prosecutor’s office brought charges against a Georgia man posing as an immigration attorney, who scammed numerous Guyanese immigrants out of thousands of dollars! In the end, many of his victims are now facing deportation!
You must always make sure your immigration lawyer is a licensed attorney with experience in immigration law. At the end of the day, it is your life that you are choosing to put into the hands of another person, so you must know who you are dealing with.
- Joint Motion to Reopen Agreed to by DHS for an Old Removal Order - September 20, 2022
- Greencard through consular processing and I-601 waiver - September 19, 2020
- Trump Administration Implements New Public Charge Rule on February 24, 2020 - January 31, 2020