For most people who have not completed a law degree, the prospect of going through the immigration process is a daunting one. Getting a visa is no easy task, but there have been a number of misconceptions about the process which have sprung up over time.
So what are the most common myths about working with an immigration lawyer? This week Kaushik is joined again by John Corcoran to highlight some of the most common misconceptions that Kaushik has come across in his experience. Listen in for some very good information which will help demystify what it is like to work with an immigration lawyer.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- [1:50] Misconception #1: Attorneys can speed up the process Immigration cases take longer than you think
- [3:40] Being thorough when filing your case is the best way to ensure the fastest filing
- [4:34] Misconception #2: All attorneys are the same
- [7:16] Misconception #3: The current political climate makes immigration impossible
- [8:21] Can the immigration process be done without representation?
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