1. Why should I hire
an Immigration Lawyer?
Ans. As the Immigration law
is very complex, it is often difficult for
a layman to determine which visa might be
best for his particular situation. A lawyer
can actually save you time and money by looking
at your needs and ensuring your chosen immigration
status is right for your situation. A lawyer
can also make sure your application is as
complete and thorough as possible. Incomplete
applications may result in untimely delays
2. Why lawyers and
not Immigration Consultants?
Ans. It is our policy to
undertake work as lawyers where we are fully
qualified in the relevant jurisdiction due
to the fact that Lawyers have a professional
obligation to act in their client’s
best interest and can be professionally disciplined
for failure to do so. PLEASE NOTE that ALL
our affiliates are Immigration Lawyers and
NOT Immigration consultants. Consequently,
they are in the best position to assist you
with your immigration plans, as they are fully
specialized, regulated and licensed to operate
in this field.
3. Can you guarantee
that my application will be successful?
Ans. No. No attorney can
make this type of guarantee. We have a very
high success with our applications. During
the application process, the government agency
may request further information before they
can approve the case. Failure to provide more
information can result in your application
being rejected. The key is to provide the
pertinent information in an organized and
familiar manner for the appropriate authority,
which is something that a good attorney would
do for you.
4. Can you help me
find a suitable job?
Ans. No. We are Immigration
Attorneys. We can help you with processing
the necessary paperwork in order for you to
work in a foreign country.
5. Besides legal
fees, are there any other fees that I must
Ans. Please note that,
besides legal fees for managing your Immigration
procedure, you must also pay the Government
filing fees, which vary depending on the visa
you choose and the country you migrate to.
The Government fees consist of non-refundable