You have hopefully received a warm welcome to our country. Allow me to extend that welcome and offer you a hand as you navigate the immigration processes of our country. We are a privileged nation, but that doesn't mean that our laws are easy to understand. And it can be especially tricky to comprehend our immigration system. That's why we're here to help.


No, you are not legally required to have an attorney represent you. However, statistics do show that applicants who have an attorney improve their chances of approval by 80%. The reason for that is two-fold:

There are many pitfalls along the path to gaining immigration status. Failure to follow all of the necessary steps to gain your status can have serious consequences. You could even be put in deportation proceedings.

Attorneys add credibility to your case. As a member of the Bar, it is my obligation to review your application for credibility.  If something does not look correct or right, I will not file your case. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) knows that when there is an attorney present someone has already reviewed the application and decided that it is worthy of review and approval. We help you reduce delays and avoid costly mistakes.