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Despite the representations of visa agents and other unqualified non-professionals, only a U.S.-licensed lawyer or accredited representative is authorized and qualified to assist with your immigration case before U.S. immigration courts. Unlike consultants, our lawyers have completed extensive education and training before being licensed to represent clients. Our lawyers also maintain the highest ethical standards. It is against the law for “public notaries” or even foreign lawyers who are not licensed in the U.S. to provide immigration advice—even “just” filling out forms is something that only a licensed, properly trained and U.S. licensed lawyer or accredited representative should do since providing inaccurate, false or misleading information can result in the applicant being barred from reapplication for a significant period of time.

Our lawyers guide and advise you on every step of the U.S. immigration process including providing services to help you get any type of legal status you seek and work permission in the U.S.