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Notario storefront imageHAVE YOU BEEN A VICTIM OF IMMIGRATION FRAUD?

Did you pay a very large fee for simple services?

Did you pay for services before they were performed?

Did you pay for your immigration forms?

Did the individual helping you call him or herself a “notario,” “visa consultant” or “licenciado” and/or suggest he or she could provide legal advice/services?

Did the individual helping you promise special or favorable treatment from immigration officials?

Did the individual helping you promise to fill out and submit immigration applications and fail to do so, incorrectly submit the forms, provide incomplete or inaccurate information, or miss submission deadlines?

IF YOU HAVE ANSWERED YES TO ANY OF THE QUESTIONS ABOVE, YOU MIGHT HAVE A CLAIM OF IMMIGRATION FRAUD.

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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