Do I Need an Immigration Attorney?

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United States immigration law can be extremely difficult to understand and navigate. Whether you are trying to obtain an employment visa, reunite with family members, or avoid deportation, it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side. Trying to handle legal processes on your own can ultimately affect your immigration case.

How an Attorney Can Help You

Filing Documents & Gathering Evidence

The immigration process often requires you to file extensive paperwork and present evidence to back up your. Gathering the best evidence for your case and filing paperwork can get complicated quickly. An attorney can help you file the paperwork to make sure that it doesn’t contain any errors and they can help you present the documents you need to support your files.

Finding Waivers for Your Case

Immigration laws are constantly changing, so there might be waivers or appeals you can file to help you achieve your immigration goals. Some that you might not know about unless you were to speak to an experienced immigration attorney. If you are facing deportation or want to extend your employment visa, an attorney can help you discover new alternatives.

Time & Risk Reduction

What most people don’t know is that an attorney can help you save up four to eight weeks in processing time for an immigrant or nonimmigrant visa application. Not only can an immigration attorney save you time, but they also know what types of visas or relief are available for you so that you can complete the application right the first time around. A lawyer can ultimately help you reduce the risk of getting your application denied.

Peace of Mind

Going through immigration proceedings is stressful – especially if you have to wait for a response from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Having an attorney on your side can give you peace of mind knowing that you can ask them questions and get updates about your case.

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