The research has shown that the most important factors in choosing a lawyer is whether they are an expert in the field of immigration. This means that your attorney should be knowledgeable on all aspects of Green Card applicants. They should have experience representing clients who are seeking visas, including those for permanent residency and naturalization applications. Additionally, it is highly recommended that you retain a lawyer you can trust with confidentiality because there are no rules protecting this information once your case moves forward to court proceedings.
Which country do I need to make my application? Where can I find more info about immigration laws?
Immigration law varies from country to country based on United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) regulations as well as international treaties which govern immigration matters between countries of origin and destination. The USCIS website provides helpful resources pertaining to each applicant’s eligibility requirements for obtaining U.S Permanent Residency or Naturalization Status through its various programs such as “Greencard Applications & Processes” at http://www3-uscis.gov/labor/greencards/.