We must repeat: Some people will be able to use the site and other resources to make some rudimentary filings on their own for themselves. Please beware, however, that immigration law is amazingly complicated, and it constantly changes with new statutes from Congress; regulations, procedures, and policy directives from numerous federal agencies, and decisions from judicial and administrative courts. The web sites linked to here may not be up to date—even government sites. A superficial knowledge of immigration law can be more dangerous to you, your employees, your relatives, or your friends than none at all, if you think you can use it to go handle an immigration case with any complexity. This site is no substitute for the knowledge and skill of an experienced immigration lawyer who is keeping up with current developments. Realize also that it is unlawful in most states for a non-lawyer to provide advice in immigration law to others, because of the serious damage a non-lawyer can do.
Consult with us for assistance with a case.