The New Jersey State Division of Consumer Affairs has filed complaints against four businesses that allegedly advertised immigration assistance services that they were not authorized to perform.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) specifically warns immigrants that notaries public, “immigration consultants,” or other such businesses cannot provide immigration legal advice or prepare legal documents on behalf of clients – although many claim the authority to do so.
Click here to read the article concerning the complaint filed against four New Jersey businesses.
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