Working with an Immigration Attorney
Immigrants should take an active role in the immigration process. An attorney can help guide an immigrant through the procedure and make any required legal arguments, but the immigrants must supply the facts. This typically means going through files and getting copies of all the necessary documents to the attorney's office. The most successful cases are the ones where immigrants work with their attorneys to compile the necessary information and make the proper filings in a timely fashion. This section contains resources and tips to help immigrants assist their attorneys as they make their case before the USCIS.
- The Role of an Immigration Attorney
If you’re planning on entering the U.S. or you’re dealing with an immigration issue, it may be in your best interest to consult with an attorney. This article explains a number of situations in which you should seek legal help.
- Immigration Intake Questionnaire
Your attorney will need to know a lot about you and your immigration history in order to best prepare your case. This intake questionnaire will help you organize your information for when you meet with an attorney.
- Documents To Show Your Attorney: Applying for Citizenship
If you’re planning to apply for U.S. citizenship, you’ll need to fill out and file a number of documents. This checklist will help you ensure that you have all of the required documents when it’s time to file.
- Find an Immigration Lawyer
A guide to finding an immigration attorney who is right for you and your case. Learn about whether an immigration lawyer is necessary, how a lawyer can help, and how to find the right attorney.