ATLANTA, GA, June 13, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Having an attorney is not required to acquire a green card for your citizenship, but if you are having any kind of issues with immigration, then it would be prudent to retain the services of one.
United States immigration law and the attempts at reform in recent years have left the immigration process notoriously complex. U.S. immigration procedures have the reputation of being handled by a bureaucracy rife with oversight, public scrutiny, misinformation and non-uniform application of its policies. Under such a structure, there can be many unforeseen scenarios that may arise that require the assistance of a professional immigration lawyer.
"An experienced immigration lawyer can entirely change the dynamic of any immigration proceeding and alleviate many of the issues you may be having by providing sound advice and ensuring that you are fully knowledgeable of all your rights. This almost guarantees that you are not taken advantage of or misled by any immigration enforcement agency," says Sam McRae, Attorney at Pak and McRae Law.
Specific circumstances that might require the assistance of an attorney include dealing with confusing and copious paperwork, staying on top of the latest inadmissibility criterion and United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) regulations and handling immigration court proceedings. With an attorney, you have someone in your corner to navigate you through difficult immigration processes.
If you or a loved one is having any immigration issues, your rights and your freedoms can be on the line. It is important that you understand exactly what is at stake and what options you have to remedy your immigration issues. Learn more at http://pakandmcraelaw.com
.About Pak and McRae:
Pak and McRae Law specializes in criminal defense. Years of experience have given these reputable lawyers specialized knowledge of the inner workings of the court system and the people involved in it. When you hire Pak and McRae you will have peace of mind knowing that they will fight for the best possible outcome for your case.
For more information, please visit http://pakandmcraelaw.com