Hiring An Immigration Attorney
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The outcome of immigration proceedings can have an enormous impact on individuals and their families. The complexity of the immigration process leads many people to hire attorneys to help obtain the best possible outcome. However, hiring an attorney is itself a complex procedure. Prospective clients need to be able to find an attorney, make sure she is competent, and make sure they are not getting overcharged. Even if you have a recommendation from a trusted source, asking the right questions during your initial consult can make all the difference. This section offers guidance on what to look for when hiring an immigration attorney.
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