Report Immigration Fraud
Updated: Jan 13
Do's and Don'ts to seeking help with your immigration case.
It is important to understand the risks that come with entrusting someone who is not an attorney or accredited representative from an accredited organization. This blog will break down some information to help you make your decision.
Never hire anyone who:
Asks you to sign blank forms
Tells you to lie or provide false information on an application
Refuses to provide you a written contract
Says they have special connections with Immigration officials
Keeps your original documents
Who can I trust with my immigration case?
The only two people you can trust with your immigration case is a licensed immigration attorney and an accredited representative.
The damage notaries ("notarios") can cause:
Irreparable Harm to Immigration Cases
Ruined lives with great loss of money and lost legal status opportunities
Be deported or placed in deportation proceedings
Family members traveling to their home country and denied a visa to return
If you are a victim of fraud, make a report!
No one will ask about your immigration status!
Call District Attorney Investigator, Eduardo Miranda at (805) 765-5514