Does having an attorney make a difference for immigration matters?

Having an attorney does not make for special access or faster processing times. The government consistently and clearly states that it treats equally all persons requesting immigration benefits whether or not they have an attorney. Nonetheless, if you are not familiar with immigration laws, forms, and processes, having an attorney can help to make sure your case is prepared according to the requirements and submitted with the required materials to the correct office. Often, it’s a question of whether you want to do the research and handle it on your own or entrust your case to a professional who handles your type of case on a regular basis.

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