Why Hire a Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law
A description of why you should hire a Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law
+To help the public identify attorneys who have demonstrated proficiency in specialized fields of law
+To encourage the maintenance and improving of attorney competence in specialized fields of law
+To have immigration services done by a professional who knows all the laws of immigration and nationality law
- + The attorney has taken and passed a written examination in Immigration and Nationality Law
- +The attorney has demonstrated a high level of experience in Immigration and Nationality Law
- +The attorney fulfilled ongoing education requirements
- +The attorney has been favorably evaluated by other attorneys and judges familiar with his or her work
- +Preparation of immigration petitions and applications is far more than just filling out forms.
- +A certified specialist knows the overall picture and can discuss different strategies to help you choose the best one for your needs.
- +There are numerous immigration laws that could result in the denial of this visa if not properly prepared. If the petition is put together correctly and professionally by a qualified immigration law firm, the chances of approval is greatly increased.
-+ advise you, your family or your business so that you do not loose out to faulty immigration document preparation or failure to properly analyze your case
- +identify problems and proactively avoid unnecessary expense, delays and rejection by the U.S. Immigration
- +keep you current with changes in the law which affect legal rights or status and help with past mistakes
- +protect your legal rights if contacted by the USCIS, ICE, CBP or other divisions of U.S. Immigration
- +if apprehended by ICE , you need qualified representation in bond and deportation hearings to assure due process and appeal rights
- +As an employer, representation at USCIS audits and investigations assures compliance with verification and hiring requirements and avoids fines or penalties
- +protect your lawful residence status
- +help you obtain U.S. citizenship