Friday, April 11, 2014

How to find, hire, and work with a U.S. immigration lawyer

Selecting a good immigration lawyer or the best one you can find is very much like selecting a good doctor or any other professional to help you. The time to find the right one is when you don't need one. Unfortunately, many of us don't even begin to think of looking for legal help until a need arises.
    Having a qualified immigration family law Kanata on your team -- someone you know, trust, and can call when you have questions or a problem -- can provide a great deal of peace of mind, even to foreign nationals who prefer to handle some legal matters on their own without the advice of an immigration lawyer. Some businesses, wealthy people, and a few people who seem to need help all the time, may need to keep an immigration lawyer on retainer, but most people find it better to pay an immigration lawyer a retainer and an hourly rate for the legal services he provides on an as-needed basis.
    I handle legal matters involving private international law, immigration and nationality law, international labor and employment law, cross-border hiring and permitting of labor, and visas for professionals and researchers.  Because I have experience in dealing with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) of the Department of Homeland Security, with the U.S. Department of State (DOS) and U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), and with courts and administrative proceedings, I can help you keep your legal affairs in order and can refer you to other attorneys whom I know and trust, if that becomes necessary.  I refer many callers to my colleagues around the United States because it is in my best interests to make sure that your best interests are properly cared for.  I also provide direction in commercial transactions and foreign investments, and work with civil law notaries (called Notario Publico in Spanish-speaking countries, Notar in Germany, Notaire in France, or simply "Latin notary") in other countries.
    I sometimes associate other lawyers with a given case when I believe it is in my clients' best interests to do so, but that doesn't come up very often, and the client has final approval over any association of another lawyer to handle any legal matter. If you decide not to choose me to serve as your legal counsel, I strongly urge you to find the lawyer who best meets your legal needs.

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