The Dangers of Misfiling Your Immigration Paperwork
Our dedicated team of legal professionals at Immigration Simplified is committed to helping clients throughout the United States. Whether you live in a big city or small rural town, we have the comprehensive legal services you need to achieve your immigration goals.
We understand how complicated and confusing the immigration process can be if you aren’t familiar with the law. That is why we are here to stand by your side and make sure you file your immigration petition correctly the first time. Keep reading to find out why it’s crucial to avoid any mistakes when you file your immigration paperwork.
When you petition for a green card, it requires you complete mountains of paperwork, such as petition forms and supporting documents. If you don’t file your paperwork within certain deadlines or you forget a crucial piece of evidence, then your entire application can be rejected or denied, and you will have wasted a substantial amount of time and energy.
Time isn’t the only thing you can lose when you misfile your immigration paperwork. Immigration forms cost money to file and can range from hundreds of thousands of dollars. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently announced it would be increasing the fees for most immigration applications and petitions. If you want to avoid paying more money than you have to, you should consult with an experienced immigration lawyer to review your situation.
Loss of Reputation
Are you trying to apply for a work visa so you can work for a foreign or U.S. based employer? If so, misfiling your required paperwork can result in your case being rejected, delayed, or even denied. Not only will you be unable to enter the country you want to work in, but your reputation can end up being ruined in the eyes of your current or prospective employer.
Family Separation & Deportation
Our seasoned lawyers at Immigration Simplified know firsthand the importance of obtaining a green card to keep your family together or to avoid deportation. Whether you want to file a family-based immigration petition or you are facing deportation for a drug or domestic violence offense, one mistake on any of the immigration paperwork you are required to submit can derail your entire case. Call us today if you or a family member are facing deportation so we can review all of your options under the law.
Loss of Green Card
Have you received notice that it’s time to renew your green card? If so, it is important to carefully complete and properly file all of the necessary paperwork so you don’t experience any delays that might negatively impact you. Misfiling your renewal can have serious consequences, so stop by our firm today to make sure you don’t have to deal with any complications.
Do you have more questions about filing immigration paperwork? Then give us a call today at (312) 883-9944 to schedule your consultation with one of our attorneys at Immigration Simplified. We are here to serve you!