Immigration Laws are So Confusing
If you’ve ever thought, “Immigration Laws are sooooo confusing,” you’re not alone – and you’re right. Immigration law is very detail oriented, with lots of rules and procedures, which change continuously. That’s why we focus our practice on immigration law and don’t try to be experts in all legal fields.
How We Can Help You and Your Family with Immigration Matters
First off, it’s important that you don’t feel alone and that you know you’re in good hands. So, we explain how immigration procedures work and, specifically, how we will help you. For instance, you may need representation in immigration court, help bringing a family member to live with you in the United States, or legal assistance to avoid removal proceedings and deportation.
Secondly, we answer all of your questions and address your concerns. We explain what to expect, and how your specific immigration issue will be handled. You will never be surprised. We’ve found that these conversations help our clients to feel increased peace of mind and to sleep better at night.
Third, we guide you through all immigration matters step by step. You are never alone, even if you need to go to court, have an immigration interview, or file applications with supporting documentation.
Full Disclosure is Required; Confidentiality is Guaranteed
While we, as your immigration lawyers, do all the things mentioned immediately above, you must be active in your immigration case as well. Basically, this means that you must be completely honest, and disclose all information even if you think it may be harmful to your case. We can only help you if we know everything. Just like a medical doctor can only diagnosis and treat a problem if you disclose all of your symptoms, we, as you immigration attorneys, can only understand your immigration issues and determine what legal path to pursue if we have all the facts. Once we establish the attorney-client relationship, anything you disclose to us will be held in the strictest of confidences, as required by law.
Where to Get Help with Immigration Issues
We focus our practice on immigration law and help people just like you every day. We will listen to your concerns and answer your questions; you are not alone.
Your next step is to contact our office: 513-791-1673 or Thomasjr@geygan.com. We will gently walk you through your immigration issues, even representing you in court and before the Department of State.