Immigration Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make – Instant Download Now Available


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I am pleased to announce that my book, Immigration Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make, is now available as an instant download.Just click here to get your copy now.

Immigration Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make includes information on:

  • Some of the common mistakes people make with their immigration cases
  • Some of the possible consequences of even simple immigration mistakes
  • How to tell whether you should hire an immigration lawyer to help you with the process (not everyone will need the help of a lawyer to navigate the process)
  • Tips for finding the best immigration lawyer for your case

Some immigration mistakes can result in deportation proceedings or being unable to get a green card or immigrant visa. You simply can’t afford to make mistakes with your immigration case. Even small immigration mistakes can create huge problems with your immigration status. Many of the mistakes that people make are simply the result of not being aware of how complex immigration law can be or what negative consequences could result from the decisions that are made early in a case.

The best way to minimize the chance of making costly mistakes with your case is to learn as much as possible about your immigration options before you complete any forms or submit anything to the government. I wrote Immigration Mistakes You Can’t Afford To Make to help you learn more about the types of mistakes that I often see as an immigration lawyer. I hope that you find it a helpful starting point as you begin your immigration case (even though it isn’t legal advice specific to your situation and doesn’t create an attorney-client relationship).

About Kimberley Schaefer

Kimberley Schaefer is an immigration lawyer with offices in Boise, ID and Rexburg, Idaho. She helps future Americans become citizens by assisting them with immigrant visas, fiance visas, adjustment of status and green card applications, applying for immigration waivers, fighting deportation and applying for asylum. To contact her, you can call (208) 918-0852 or send Kimberley an email now.

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