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FAQs
FAQs

Do I need a lawyer to handle my immigration case?

Immigration is a really complex area of law that, if followed incorrectly, can have long-term negative effects on your ability to stay, return, work, and live in the United States. While some people do handle their immigration case on their own, we highly recommend that you consult a licensed immigration attorney to help guide you through your options to ensure that you do not leave any box unchecked.

Why Should I hire you?

We know that it is really scary to trust a stranger with some of your most confidential and sensitive information. The attorneys and staff at Lacroix Ramos work very hard to make sure you feel comfortable. We are very knowledgeable in the field of immigration law, but, most importantly, are compassionate, personable, honest, and trustworthy. You should hire us because we genuinely care about you and want to guide you in this process. Let us help you achieve your dreams.

Even if you do not choose us to help you with your immigration needs, we ask that you take caution when choosing the right attorney for you. Please see our Tips For Finding A Qualified Legal Representative And Avoid Fraud.

I think your prices are very expensive. Is it really worth that much?

We completely understand that you feel this might be very expensive, but you will find that the value we provide makes it all worth it. Many of our clients, who have felt this way when we started, were immediately relieved when they realized that they were finally getting the professional assistance they had not realized they needed. Leaving this up to us allows you to focus on other important things in your life. The immigration process is scary, so allowing us to help you navigate it successfully is definitely worth it!

How long will the process take?

It is hard to say. Each immigration application has its own timeline, so this is something that we will determine when we meet in person and discuss your particular case. Keep in mind that many immigration cases take anywhere from a few months to a few years to be completed, so we ask for your patience as we try our best to get you a decision as soon as possible.