Immigration is a permanent move by a foreigner from his country of origin to another country.
The attorney interprets the law, will help you analyze your own rights, possibilities, and strategies. He will guide you through every step of the complicated immigration process. The attorney prepares a lot of paperwork on your behalf (which alone can save you hours), and helps you get organized about which items you must collect on your own (such as birth certificates or proof of a valid marriage). They make sure the information you present when filling out the various forms, collecting documents, or preparing statements and testimony is clear, correct, and consistent.
Without a attorney's help, it's easy to make mistakes. Given that even a single mistake on an immigration application can lead to trouble, an immigration attorney plays a significant role in completing your task successfully.