Q: is it quicker getting an immigration lawyer to get my husband here to the us
A: Nothing is quick. However, due to the complications and challenges in seeking conditional and permanent resident status the process should be quicker to work with an attorney. That is, unless the attorney is inexperienced or is paid too little to effectively and efficiently complete the process. Fees vary due to factors that should be investigated and determined at a comprehensive appointment. Good luck.
A: Oftentimes, when lay persons attempt to handle their cases by themselves, mistakes can cause long delays or even worse, outright denials due to not preparing the supporting documents correctly or not being prepared to answer the officers questions at the interview in a way that can cause red flags to go up. Consider retaining counsel to handle the case from start to finish. Alot of us are very affordable.
A: The government does not process a case more quickly if someone has an attorney. however, it is quicker because the experienced attorney knows the process and what the government requires. The attorney can work much more quickly.
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