When it comes to your immigration case, be an educated consumer. Avoid
obtaining advice from persons such as notarios or so-called immigration
"consultants" or "specialists" who are not licensed
to practice law.
While in some Latin American countries, a notario is the same as or is
an actual attorney, in the United States this is not the case. In the
United States, a notario or notary is simply someone who is legally empowered
to witness and certify certain documents.
Your immigration case is very important and should not be left to chance.
Your individualized case should be handled by an experienced immigration
attorney who is licensed to practice law. By not obtaining the proper
legal advice about your immigration case, you may not only lose money,
but you may put yourself at risk of being deported. Avoid the risk of
losing money and/or of being deported simply by taking the time to speak
to a licensed immigration attorney.
If you have any questions about your immigration status and/or case, you
may contact our office for a free consultation with one of our attorneys.
Our principal attorney, Michael M. Felix, has over ten years of experience
solely in immigration law. Not only does Michael M. Felix care about his
clients, but he cares about his firm's reputation and its ability
to present the best possible cases to USCIS. If there is nothing that
can be done about your immigration status and/or case, rest assured that
an attorney at our firm will be honest and let you know. Contact our office
today for your free consultation at (562) 464-6934.