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Don’t make these mistakes in your immigration case

On Behalf of | Feb 5, 2024

U.S. immigration laws are notoriously complex, oftentimes leaving current and hopeful immigrants confused. Unfortunately, this confusion sometimes results in missed opportunities and denied applications, which could negate your or your loved one’s ability to secure the immigration status that’s wanted, needed, and deserved.

Therefore, before you proceed with seeking a visa, you should be aware of some common mistakes that are made in during the process. That way you’ll know what to look out for and how to avoid errors that could block you from the outcome you want.

Avoid these mistakes when seeking a visa

There are plenty of opportunities to make mistakes, regardless of what type of visa you seek. Here are some of the most common that you’ll want to keep in the back of your mind as you navigate the family immigration process:

  • Not filing all necessary paperwork or submitting incomplete documentation.
  • Providing false or misleading information.
  • Not realizing the impact of your criminal history and how to minimize it.
  • Misunderstanding family immigration law and how it applies to your set of circumstances.
  • Overlooking the importance of an affidavit in support, speaking to how you’ll be financially supported.
  • Sending in documentation that is untranslated or is poorly translated.
  • Not preparing for immigration interviews.
  • Not retaining copies of documentation submitted to the government.

Don’t let avoidable errors cost you or a loved one immigration status

As you can see, there’s a lot that can go wrong during the family visa process. That’s why many people choose to have an advocate on their side who can help them understand the intricacies involved with obtaining a visa.

Whether that option is right for you is a decision you’ll have to make. Regardless of where you come out on that, please know that you can get through the immigration process, regardless of how tough it may seem. You just need to thoroughly prepare and know how to advocate for yourself or your loved one.