SHOULD I USE A LAWYER FOR MY CASE?
All the news about new immigration laws (DACA, provisional waivers, a new Senate bill, and Executive Action) is exciting news for millions of people.
Should you use a lawyer?
People also want to know whether they should go to a community center, or a church, or a notario or immigration consultant. And then there are lawyers who normally do not practice immigration but are all of a sudden becoming immigration lawyers.
Who should you use? The answer is really simple. Use a lawyer. Not just a lawyer, but an immigration lawyer. And not just an immigration lawyer, an experienced immigration lawyer.
BENEFITS OF USING AN EXPERIENCED IMMIGRATION LAWYER
Your immigration status is what your entire life is built on. Immigration workshops at the community centers will simply not be able to give you the kind of individual attention your case deserves. And notarios and immigration consultants are NOT ALLOWED to help you file your case. They are not lawyers and therefore they are breaking the law when they charge you money and file for you.
It seems like a lot of money to use a lawyer. At our firm, we are committed to helping as many people as we can, and at a lower cost.
Be smart. Don't fall for cheap gimmicks. It's the rest of your life. Work with a real professional.