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Why Hire an Immigration Lawyer?

Why Hire an Immigration Lawyer?

Why Hire an Immigration Lawyer?

When people think of the times they will need a lawyer, the scenarios that pop up usually involve criminal or civil cases. However, various situations arise that require the expertise and aid of a lawyer, and one of these is for immigration purposes. This article will provide a brief overview of the work an immigration lawyer does and the kinds of help they provide. Not all cases require a lawyer, but when it gets complex, a lawyer can be necessary.

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First, if a case requires emergency action and the persuasion of immigration officers, an immigration lawyer can provide help. The lawyer can advocate on your behalf and will have the expert knowledge of the law and past practices to figure out an immediate plan that will help the client. Furthermore, if an immigration application is denied, and the applicant wishes to appeal the decision, consulting with a lawyer will be necessary as the statement and forms that must be submitted can be legally intricate and jargon-heavy. For foreign workers who are attempting to receive a work visa to work for a company in the U.S., a lawyer can either be directly hired by the potential employee or the employer. The process for work visas can differ based on the employee, but a lawyer can provide expert advice tailored for each employee.

The list above is by no means an exhaustive one. Immigration lawyers are there to help applicants navigate through all US immigration laws and processes. At Sethi and Mazaheri, our lawyers provide a personalized approach for each client. If you are unsure of what your case entails or if it requires the aid of a lawyer, contact us for a free evaluation of your case.

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