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    How can you tell if someone is good or not. I don’t believe the online reviews I’ve been seeing.


    Ask him about the request for more evidence. If it is included in the price and if it shows that it’s included in the attorney customers agreement. If its not included, then your immigration attorney has incentive to fail your first step. When your attorney will reply the request for more evidence, he has a 2nd chance to make your case better but in that process he can charge you more money than what you expected to pay when you started.


    A good immigration lawyer will be honest and will tell you that you don’t have what it takes to submit your case. A good immigration attorney will give you free consultation, will give you a flexible payment plan and will return your money if you’re case got denied because of their mistake. However, to identify who is good you need to check the attorney -client agreement they give you. It has to be fair. Some immigration attorneys will include the price of RFE’s (request for more evidence)


    Maya Kadusha

    I’m trying to figure out if I can get a Green Card because of my family that lives in the U.S
    My immigration lawyer is asking me for 100$ and if I pay it will later be accredited to my legal fees. Should I pay him?

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