Key Questions To Ask Us

In choosing an attorney, it is important to know a few things. We hope you will consider and ask us these five key questions regarding why we should have the honor of representing you in this important life event.

"Your attorney should prove they deserve to represent you and not the otherway around."
"In considering us as an attorney, you should really know what we bring to the table. Asking key questions is critical to ensuring you are getting what you deserve."
  1. 1
    "Does anyone aside from a license attorney handle my case?"
    Why should you pay good money just to have an attorney supervise a paralegal draft your recommendation letters, draft your legal brief and answer your legal questions? At our firm, you know that a licensed attorney and ONLY a license attorney is doing the work.
  2. 2
    "Do multiple associates handle various parts of my case?"
    Again, who is actually handling your case? Is your case being handled by multiple people in a factory like setting like an assembly belt? Do you want people answering questions for you that don't know the totality of your case or situation? At Immigration Advocates, you are assigned one and ONLY one attorney to work on every aspect of your case.
  3. 3
    "Do you work based on volume of cases or quality of cases?"
    An important question to ask us is whether your case is unique or just another number in our system. We are a boutique law firm and limit the number of cases we can take on in any given time-frame so we can focus on quality, not quantity. We never treat your case as just another drop in the bucket.
  4. 4
    "Do you have experience and knowledge of the individual reviewing officers that might adjudicate my case?"
    Go ahead and quiz us! Ask us specifically about what we know about particular reviewing officers and their reviewing habits. If we can't elaborate in DETAIL on the different reviewing officers, what tends to work, what doesn't tend to work, then you shouldn't choose us as an attorney. If we can't tell you the difference between two different reviewing officers at the same service center, then we don't deserve your business.
  5. 5
    "Is any of my case outsourced overseas?"
    Of course not! We are here based in the U.S. and are native speakers. None of our attorneys are English as a second language and our petitions reflect that. More importantly, none of your petition work is outsourced overseas.