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Understanding Immigration Consultant Fraud - How to Protect Yourself and Your Opportunity for Citizenship (2.4 MB .PPS file)


In Spanish, the term "notario" refers to someone who can provide certain limited legal services. In English, the term "notary" refers to someone who can officially witness and authenticate signatures on documents. In the United States, a notary is NOT authorized to provide legal advice or services of any kind.

For free copies of immigration forms, visit www.uscis.gov/forms.


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