Are you a victim of immigration malpractice?
Immigration malpractice can have tragic consequences. You’ve sacrificed to live and work legally in the United States, but a mistake by your immigration attorney can cost you and your family your dreams and even force you to leave the country. We help you find answers and take action.
We use high-quality experts.
We work with outstanding immigration law experts to find out what went wrong, why it happened, and what should have occurred.
We form client relationships.
We take time to develop strong relationships with our clients. We need to fully know how the events have affected them and their families, and so we can tell their story to a judge or jury.
We get meaningful results.
We work tirelessly to achieve your goals. We aim to help you to recover financially and, whenever possible, to correct the immigration issue.
Read about one of our successes.
Our client came to us after he learned his immigration lawyer had been negligent with the visa paperwork. The lawyer had failed to meet certain deadlines, and USCIS rejected the visa filing because it was late. The lawyer filed requests for reconsideration, and appeals, but the harm was done. By the time the lawyer confessed to the mistake, the client had been in the U.S. for more than a year past the expiration of his visa. As a result, he now faced deportation and a 10-year bar on reentering the United States. We stepped in and obtained a settlement that covered the financial harm and also gave the client an opportunity to resume his life in the U.S.
Sometimes, quick action may prevent deportation. But sometimes deportation is unavoidable and the only remedy is a lawsuit for financial compensation. We fight to help you recover from the harm caused by immigration malpractice.
We also help when immigration malpractice occurs due to
- mishandling applications to obtain or renew a visa
- mistakes that lead to removal proceedings or deportation
- missing deadlines for filing applications, petitions or RFE responses
- errors causing the loss of visa status
- mistakes in securing employment authorization documents
- pursuing an inappropriate visa for the desired status