Yes. We represent clients all over the United States and in other countries as well. We can talk to you over email, video conferencing, telephone, text or fax. You will be able to send me documents and files to the folder we will share with you once we begin your case. If you can’t upload them, you can send them via mail as well. As a US territory, you can send letters and packages to Puerto Rico at domestic rates through the US Postal Service, and you can send packages through UPS, DHL and FEDEX as well.
2. I’ve been told that there is a person close to my job that assists people providing legal advice and assistance and charges much less than a lawyer. Is it fine for me to go there to get legal advice?
I am well aware that all too often, people decide to self-represent themselves in their case because they believe that they can’t afford an attorney. However, trying to save some money at the start of your case could end up costing you a lot of money down the line. In some cases, it might cost you your freedom and life in this country, as you could make a mistake that could put you in deportation proceedings.
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