3 Benefits of Hiring a Lawyer During the Immigration Process
Choosing to immigrate to the United States is a big decision that requires a lot of time and often paperwork. It can come with lengthy standards and processes that may be difficult to understand if you are just starting your research, and the numerous options at your disposal may be confusing.
Often, this is a process you will not want to face alone, and working with an experienced immigration attorney can provide you with many benefits along the way.
#1. Walk With You Through the Process
It's not uncommon for many visa or green card applications to be denied over little things like forgetting to sign a form. By working with an immigration attorney, you can better understand what steps need to be taken to be successful and ensure the necessary paperwork is completed.
Additionally, your attorney will be able to represent you during court hearings and ensure that your voice is heard and rights are protected throughout the process.
#2. Let You Know Your Options
While some are looking to become permanent residents in the United States, others may just be interested in temporary status or are seeking emergency asylum. With so many options (some you may not even be aware of), it can serve you well to discuss what these may entail and what may be asked or required of you in an immigration hearing.
#3. Keep You Informed of Policy Changes
It's not uncommon for U.S. immigration policy to change after every election season, and there are always numerous bills on both a state and national level to accomplish this. Working with an immigration attorney can keep you informed on which changes are being made that may affect your case.
Immigration Questions? Maney | Gordon | Zeller, P.A. Has Answers
With over 25 attorneys on our roster, the firm of Maney | Gordon | Zeller, P.A. is prepared to help you with your immigration needs and concerns when they matter most. By working with a member of our team, you can have peace of mind knowing that your case is backed by decades of successful legal experience and *board-certified immigration specialists.
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