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How To Avoid Losing Your Case . . .
Before It Really Starts
As an immigration attorney, I’ve met far too many immigrants who lost their cases before they ever came to my office.
In some cases, they wanted help. But they were misguided or ripped off by immigration consultants, notarios, or attorneys.
Other times, they were too afraid to get started. They did not hire an immigration lawyer because they did not what questions to ask or what qualities to look for.
These outcomes both sadden and anger me. So to help out, I’ve written a few special, easy-to-read “how to” guides written for immigrants and their families.
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How To Recognize And Avoid Immigration Fraud (Before You Become A Victim)
Submitted by Carlos Batara
It sucks the life blood out of hundreds of deserving immigrants every year.
The name of the disease?
The exact number of victims are unknown. Most defrauded immigrants are too afraid to call law enforcement officers for help.
And the crooks know immigrants are scared.
So, to fight back, immigrants need to become smarter and wiser about how these con artists operate.
In this short report, I share the patterns of immigration fraud which occur the most often. By learning these schemes, you can help yourself, your family, and your friends from becoming victims of immigration fraud in the future.
By sharing these tactics with those you love, you improve your family’s chances to earn a green card and permanent residence.
Click here for your free e-book: How To Recognize And Avoid Immigration Fraud (Before You Become A Victim)
7 Questions To Ask Before Hiring An Immigration Attorney (Because Losing Isn’t An Option)
Submitted by Carlos Batara
Do not take the odds against you lightly.
Winning immigration benefits is harder today than ever before, even in many cases which seem straightforward. This means, you shouldn’t try to handle your green card, citizenship, or deportation case without the help of an immigration attorney.
But selecting an immigration lawyer can be scary.
This report helps guide you through your fears. It outlines seven essential questions you need to think about, as you search for an immigration attorney to help you and your family.
If you take the time to seriously ask yourself about these issues, you will improve the odds of your and your family members’ chances of living and working legally in the United States.
Click here for your free e-book: 7 Questions To Ask Before Hiring An Immigration Attorney (Because Losing Isn’t An Option)