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“Immigration Consultants” or “Notarios” can destroy your family’s dreams

WHO IS AUTHORIZED TO HELP IMMIGRANTS WITH THEIR LEGAL MATTERS?

Many noncitizens find out that they will never get their green card or other immigration benefits because an unqualified “immigration consultant” or “notario”, destroyed their dreams.

Only a licensed attorney-at-law is authorized and qualified to assist you with your immigration case or “green card” application. lawyers have completed extensive education and training before being licensed to represent clients.

It is against the law for notaries public to provide immigration advice because knowing which form to use, when, and why, are all crucial decisions requiring the exercise of knowledge of the law. Lawyers from another country who are not licensed in the United States are not authorized either to provide immigration services within the United States.

SO WHO ARE “NOTARIOS”?

Notarios are not lawyers. Often, individuals deceptively use the term “notario publico” to advertise their services in the Hispanic community; in many Latin countries, “notario publico” denotes a government position of great skill and trust. This is not true of the title “Notary Public” as used in the United States. In the US a Notary Public requires no education or training and merely serves as a witness, to document signatures.

These notarios often take advantage of people from their own ethnic community. Some try to provide legal service, but are not competent. Still others will take your money without ever intending to file your application or help you in any way.Don’t let them harm you and your family!

PROTECT YOUR FAMILY’S DREAMS

To avoid fraud, use common sense. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Don’t believe it if someone tells you about a secret new immigration law or claims to have connections or special influence with any government office or agency.

  • Walk away if an immigration lawyer doesn’t have a license;
  • Never sign an application that contains false information, and try not to sign blank forms.
  • Always get proof that your papers have been filed–ask for a copy or government filing receipt whenever anything is submitted in your case;
  • Insist on a written contract that spells out all fees and expenses and make sure you receive a receipt
  • Don’t let anyone “find” you a sponsor or spouse to get you a green card–it’s illegal!

If you need legal advice on immigration

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law, please make sure that the people you use are legally authorized to give the proper advice. Protect yourself and your family members from so-called “immigration consultants” or “Notarios” — practicing law without a license is a fraudulent, criminal act. Always consult a licensed attorney from a law firm experienced in immigration law before making your decision.

Robert A. Kravitz

Immigration Attorney at Law

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If you have any questions about immigration and fraud, feel free to email me [email protected] or call me at (+1) 305-372-0222.