Do It Yourself Immigration Disasters – How To Avoid Them
Harlan York, the #1 Immigration Attorney. Your best choice for an Immigration Attorney if you live in NYC (Manhattan, Harlem, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island).
Not a day goes by that we do not see Do It Yourself Immigration Disasters.
By this I mean people who either tried to save money
Perhaps thought that they could handle a case with little or no professional help.
So they filed the papers – but lost the case along with time – and often find themselves in our office literally crying about how their Do It Yourself Immigration solution turned out to be a nightmare.
Now they plead with us for help from our countless hours spent solving immigration problems
- The good news is we often can fix the case
- The bad news is that we cannot always cure the problem caused by their Do It Yourself Immigration paperwork
It does not matter if we are talking about green card, visa, citizenship and even those who tried Do It Yourself Immigration Court representation (the law calls this “pro se” work).
PLEASE DO NOT TRY DO IT YOURSELF IMMIGRATION
(You will end up with more problems than you can imagine.)
People have a tough enough time trying to navigate the United States Immigration Maze with good attorneys helping them.
There are many reasons why thousands of intelligent folks avail themselves of a team of experts exclusively practicing immigration law.
I know that it’s an oft-repeated quotation but Abraham Lincoln once said:
“He who represents himself has a fool for a client.”
Find the best immigration lawyer you can.
We see people who have had their spouses, parents and children deported after they tried Do It Yourself Immigration.
They appear, sadly, in our law firm, pleading with us to help in bringing back their loved ones.
And before anyone tells you that “it’s easy,” and “you don’t need an immigration lawyer,” think about this: Immigrants represented by lawyers in United States Immigration Court are 17 times more likely to win their case, according to a Los Angeles Times survey.
Do you think that these statistics are any different in Immigration Cases when dealing with the
- Immigration Service
- Customs and Border Protection
- State Department,
- National Visa Center or
- Department of Labor?
Again please DO NOT TRY DO IT YOURSELF IMMIGRATION.