Finding Yourself Alone is Terrible Feeling
It is every immigrant’s fear: Something goes awry during the citizenship application process. All the forms are filled out, all the Ts are crossed and the Is are dotted. After months or even years, it seems as though everything is in place and citizenship is on the horizon. Unfortunately, something has gone wrong during the process. Perhaps a document was lost, never provided, or simply filled out incorrectly. What are the next steps, and how do you know your options?
Who do you call if your application process doesn’t go as planned?
- If you choose another service provider, then you will need to find a law firm to represent you in your application process.
- Other service providers are third party service providers rather than law firms. Therefore, they will not be able to provide legal services in the event that representation is needed.
- Other service providers are third party service providers with no attorney-client privilege protection, nor an interest in follow through beyond providing documents.
With Us, You Get Online Convenience, and a Law Firm
- If you choose Citizenship.Law as your service provider, then our team of immigration attorneys will be available to represent your every legal need throughout your application process.
- Citizenship Law drafts the appropriate documents and becomes familiar with the details of your case.
- In the event that you need representation at any point during your application process, Citizenship Law is already aware of the situation and is ethically bound to provide the appropriate legal services.
- Citizenship Law has a team of immigration attorneys dedicated to providing elite legal services for those who use our digitally generated documents, and we are prepared to assist you during every step of your application process.
- Communications with Citizenship Law may be protected under the Attorney-Client Privilege.