Green Card Scammers | Familia American Immigration
Familia America attorneys are well-versed in immigration law. Find out how to prevent getting scammed from green card scammers.
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Green Card Scammers

Dec 1, 2018 Familia America Green Card

As an immigrant to this country, you should know that like everywhere else in the world there are good people and bad people. As you embark upon a journey to permanent residency, you should also know that not only will face adversity from the public, but there will be people who are actively trying to sabotage your process by providing false help and endangering your opportunity for a successful application. Our Green Card Attorneys at Familia America Immigration in Salt Lake City are educated and well versed in the green card application. Knowing the first-hand experience, our Green Card Attorneys come from immigrant families and understand the pressure and patience needed to create a successful application.

Choosing Familia America Immigration you are getting access to over 26 years of experience working within the field of immigration. Immigration law changes frequently, and you need someone who is up to date on all the changes. These changes complicate the process and can throw curve balls at what seemed as a streamlined process. Our Green Card Attorneys know who to handle those curve balls. They know how to recognize the errors and ensure that correction gets done diligently and efficiently.

How to Spot a Scammer

Green Card scammers are real and they show up in very official ways. They will research communities of people who they know need immigration service. The hope is that they will convince someone who needs help to give them their money and private information. They then leave you high and dry. The Better Business Bureau has highlighted several ways scammers are getting in contact with the most vulnerable.  Scammers will call and leave messages pretending to be government agencies. In doing this they will ask for private information like social security numbers, passport numbers, or other vulnerable information. These are just the technology-driven scammers. Unfortunately, there are still real life scammers.

Real life scammers are people who pretend to be lawyers or attorneys. They may have some background, but they are selling you misleading information or promising outcomes that they do not have control over as well as overcharging you for their services. The real life scammers also use online advertisements or emails to get you to send sensitive information or trick you into paying for an “approved application” when there really isn’t one.

Scams can be really hard to navigate. You have done so much to get here, so don’t let a scam get in the way of you obtaining your dream of getting a green card. Do not trust people who are asking you for private information up front. Do not trust emails that say there is an approval waiting for you if you pay a certain amount. Green Card applications and processes take time and diligent work. Our Green Card Attorneys at Familia  American Immigration in Salt Lake City are not here to fool you. We are here to ensure you get a fair chance at an approval. Give us a call 801-656-9605 or click here to find out how we can get you the right information for the fair price.

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