Immigration visa scams

#1
Hi

If you are thinking of moving to the USA, please do your homework and employ a qualified immigration attorney who is trading in the USA and member of The Bar assn

Here is a link to a recent BBC 5 radio broadcast

Sue
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Stanley Hermosillo

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#2
This is exactly the information that many immigrants are in need of. Far too often these people rely on either random strangers, internet message boards or experienced friends for this type of information. While those sources can be helpful, there is no substitute for an experienced immigration lawyer that is working with the process every day, and is acutely aware of what it takes to remain in adherence to the guidelines of your particular visa program.
 
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