Pointers for your immigration case – This entry is not designed to provide specific insights into one area of immigration law rather, the purpose of this entry is to provide some general pointers and guidance on how to approach your first application for an immigration benefit.
Organize Your Documents
If you have already spoken to an immigration lawyer about your case, then they may have provided you with a list of information and documentation which is required in order to complete your application. Begin the process of locating the needed information and documentation and be sure to place it in a safe location before handing it over to your immigration attorney.
Make Copies of Your Application
More often than not, people may come into an immigration lawyer’s office and inform the lawyer that they have already sent out an application to the government. In order to best help their clients, immigration lawyers need to know what kind of work had already been completed on their client’s case and what kind of information and documentation was used to supplement any applications. This is why it is important to know that if you are going to send an application for an immigration benefit to the government that you make copies of the documents before you send them in.
Keep Everything from USCIS
The government will send the applicant several pieces of important paper along the way. These receipt notices generally provide a case reference number and provide the applicant with instructions for the next steps in their case. It is important for the applicant to store these notices in a safe place, in case they ever want an immigration attorney to look them over.
Consider setting up a consultation with an immigration lawyer at Gilles Law, PLLC. You can reach us at 980-272-8438 at our office in Uptown Charlotte. We are here to assist with your inquiries.
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