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What Can I Do to Prepare to Have a Consultation With My Immigration Attorney?

What Can I Do to Prepare to Have a Consultation With My Immigration Attorney?

When you are preparing for a consultation with your immigration attorney about your immigration case, there are a variety of steps that you can take beforehand. Doing so will help maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of your consultation, and ensure that you will get the most out of your consultation as possible. First, you must provide your immigration attorney with all of the facts relevant to several different issues, which include:
  • Your immigration history, including specific dates when you entered and left the United States in the past, and how you did so, as well the length of time you have consistently been in the country
  • The names, location, and contact information for your family members, including their relationship to you, whether they are dependent on you, and their current legal status
  • Your criminal history, including the dates of any arrest, criminal charges, criminal convictions, and sentences that you served in prison or jail
  • Your goals for representation by the attorney, such as staying in the U.S. with certain family members, or being able to work lawfully in the United States.
You must have all of this information straight and in great detail, including names, dates, and times. It is likely to help if you write down important details that you want to make sure to tell your immigration attorney. By looking at all of the facts and details in your situation, an immigration attorney can analyze your case and determine if there is a federal immigration law that can help you achieve your goals. The deportation defense lawyers of Landerholm Immigration, A.P.C., pride themselves on aggressively representing the interests of those immigrants who are facing potential deportation by U.S. immigration authorities. Our goal is to gather evidence in your favor, build on a strong case on your behalf, and develop a strategy that is best designed to help you remain in the United States so that you can move on with your life. The earlier we can get started with your case, the more likely you are to prevail in your deportation proceedings. Don’t hesitate to contact our immigration lawyers today and learn what we can do to assist you.

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