In the wake of Obama’s executive actions on immigration reform announced in 2014, many undocumented and illegal immigrants have been scrambling to immigration agencies to find out what the reform means for them and how they can secure their stay in the United States. Unfortunately, un-accredited immigration representatives and pseudo-attorneys have been coming out of the woodwork to exploit people seeking information and guidance.
If the immigration reform applies to you or a loved one, and you are currently seeking legal advice, please cautious. Beware of any agency or self-proclaimed attorney that offers to help you submit an application or request related to the reform initiatives. Also, look out for the common immigration scams detailed below.