IMMIGRATION FRAUD LAWYER IN ORLANDO
ACCUSED OF IMMIGRATION FRAUD? GET LEGAL COUNSEL AS SOON AS YOU CAN!
Every year, thousands of families and individuals attempt to seek permanent residency in the United States of America. Whether they are pursuing asylum, career opportunities, education, or another advantage of living in this country, these men and women have made the difficult and courageous decision to enter the U.S. and pursue a better future for themselves and their families. It is extremely unfortunate that some unscrupulous individuals see this demographic as an opportunity to gain fraudulent financial gain.
Don’t be a victim of immigration fraud! Protect your finances and your immigration application by avoiding these scams. The Unauthorized Practice of Immigration Law (UPIL) is an initiative of USCIS designed to help non-citizens and their sponsors avoid illegal immigration scams including those listed above. You can learn more about this program on the USCIS website.
HOW DOES IMMIGRATION FRAUD HAPPEN?
If you were approached by an immigration firm or agency that offered assistance and tried to charge you for immigration forms, that is a red flag. If you continue to use their service, you might become a victim of immigration fraud. All immigration forms from United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) are offered free of charge and can be printed straight from the agency’s website or requested via the U.S. postal service at no charge. In addition, it is always free to schedule an InfoPass appointment. You will never be asked to pay for a USCIS form or appointment!
These are the most common ways immigration fraud occurs:
- Use of counterfeit documents (e.g., fake birth certificates, driver’s license, social security cards
- Mail, telephone or online scams for visa lottery claims
- Being scammed by a false immigration agency or website
- Use of a “notario publico”
In many parts of Latin America, a “notario publico” is a legal professional that can carry much expertise when it comes to many matters of law. However, in the U.S., a notary public is a merely a government-appointed official witness of oaths and document signings. They do not have the credentials necessary to be considered legal professionals, and certainly you should be cautious if they are guaranteeing fast and easy immigration. Call an Orlando immigration attorney today for dependable and professional legal counsel!
RELIABLE REPRESENTATION FOR IMMIGRATION MATTERS
Call the Fisher Legal Group for immigration services you can trust! Since the foundation of our firm, we have remained dedicated to helping clients throughout the state of Florida. We put your interests first. Our respected professional abilities and ethical standards have earned us the Avvo® Clients’ Choice Award for immigration in 2012 and again in 2013. With an Orlando immigration lawyer from the Fisher Legal Group on your side, you will feel safe and confident knowing that you can secure a successful resolution to your immigration case.
If you suspect you may have been a victim of immigration fraud or would like to learn more on how to avoid fraud, your search ends here. Schedule your free case evaluation at our Orlando office today.
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