Why do I Need an Immigration Attorney?
You need to know your immigration rights under the Immigration and Nationality Act. Immigration court (i.e. deportation hearing) is a full-fledged court room with a judge, prosecutors, evidence, and witnesses. If you lose your case, the penalty is great: banishment from the United States, separation from your family, and perhaps even death in your country of origin. The seriousness of immigration issues is why Geygan and Geygan, Ltd. represent people like you and your loved ones.
The cost of failure
You need an immigration attorney because of the seriousness of the immigration process as mentioned immediately above: If you lose your case, the penalty is great: banishment from the United States, separation from your family, and perhaps even death in your country of origin.
Websites for immigration consultants and for governmental agencies themselves are often plagued with misinformation or a lack of thorough information.
Governmental agencies are enforcement agencies. They are trying to keep people like you and your family out of the United States, not help them get in.
Workers are not adequately trained in immigration law and its ongoing developments.
Your case is different from any other person’s case and workers do not have the ability to distinguish the facts necessary to help you.
Workers are not held liable for giving misinformation. There is no incentive to help you or to provide accurate up to date information.
What an immigration lawyer does
The immigration lawyer, legally and ethically, represents your best interests throughout the immigration process.
Your lawyer will:
- Offer you an initial consultation and case analysis at no charge
- Explain your legal options
- Keep all of your personal information private
- Prepare your case
- Take care of all of the paperwork so you don’t have to
- Attend all meetings with you
- Represent you in court
- Explain to the government how you meet the immigration requirements
- Represent you if problems arise and file any necessary appeals
Your right to an attorney
You have the right to be represented by an attorney in all immigration proceedings. However, the government does not pay for your attorney. In other words, while you have a right to an attorney, you must pay for attorney services.
When you call Geygan and Geygan, Ltd., your initial consultation is free.
Where to get help
At Geygan and Geygan, Ltd., we help people just like you every day. We understand the legal system and will represent you throughout the immigration process and before the immigration court. You can reach us at 513-793-6555 or Thomasjr@geygan.com
Immigration is a very specialized area of law; so, be sure your attorney focuses his practice on immigration and protecting your legal rights. We focus our practice on immigration law and you can reach us at 513-793-6555 or Thomasjr@geygan.com. We will gently walk you through your immigration issues, represent you in immigration court, and aggressively fight for your legal rights.