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naturalization lawyer Houston

naturalization lawyer Houston

What is the role of a naturalization lawyer in Houston? Well, if you have applied for naturalization, and you are scheduled for an interview, your attorney’s role is to perform some essential duties. In a nutshell, it is the job of a naturalization attorney to do everything in our power to help the applicant get approved. Nobody does more for their naturalization clients than Fong Ilagan!

How Can a Naturalization Attorney Help My Case?

The first and most important role of a naturalization lawyer in Houston is to prepare the applicant for the interview. This involves making sure the applicant knows all of the answers that are in their application. Specifically, Fong Ilagan likes to pay more attention to the portions of the application that have the potential to be a little more troubling for the applicant. We focus our attention on interview preparation to help the applicant avoid problems or obstacles during the interview.

When necessary, an attorney from Fong Ilagan will assist in changing the answers on the naturalization application that need to be modified, or we’ll make sure that the applicant doesn’t give the wrong answer. Sometimes, applicants get nervous during the interview process, and they may forget the right answers or omit pertinent information. This happens all the time! Don’t worry; If you hire a naturalization lawyer in Houston from Fong Ilagan, we will actually be present in the room with the applicant during the interview, and we’ll speak up if we have to. Of course, this isn’t the only advantage of having a lawyer present during the naturalization interview.

Should I Have a Naturalization Lawyer Present During My Interview?

One of the main benefits of having a naturalization lawyer present during your naturalization interview is that we’ll make sure the USCIS officer does not go out of bounds with the questioning either by asking something that is inappropriate or by asking something that is outside the scope of the appropriate questions for the USCIS N-400 interview. A lot of times, when people go to these interviews without a lawyer present, they feel bullied or overwhelmed, and even if they fear that they are being asked something that is not appropriate, they are too afraid to speak up for themselves. Having a lawyer present during the naturalization interview can make everyone more comfortable and assure that the process goes smoothly.

Why Choose Fong Ilagan for a Naturalization Lawyer in Houston?

So far, we have discussed some of the basic functions of a naturalization lawyer in Houston. This is what you should expect from any naturalization lawyer that you hire. Where Fong Ilagan goes above in beyond is in our client advocation services. Sometimes, certain clients require a little bit more help or attention. For example, if you have a conviction during the five-year period of good moral character, this can lead to a denial. Fong Ilagan will go above and beyond to make sure that you are represented in the best possible light. We advocate for our clients, and we’ll do anything in our power to help you get approved.

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  • What kind of cases do you handle?
  • Family Law Cases such as:

    – Divorce- both contested and uncontested, same sex and gray divorce

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  • How much will my matter cost?
    • Our firm has a different philosophy than virtually any other, we try to close cases quickly. We recognize if you are happy, you will refer us clients. In most matters, it will depend on how complicated the facts and/or legal issues are and how willing the parties are to settle.
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    • We spend a lot of money, time and resources to remain experts in our respective fields. Join the parties and opposing counsels who are baffled by our expertise in both areas.

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