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How to Interview a Chicago Immigration Lawyer to Find the Right Fit

Date : 5/15/2013  
Name :  Ronaldshapiro 
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Category :  Immigration Law 
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How to Interview a Chicago Immigration Lawyer to Find the Right Fit

So, you’ve decided that you need a Chicago immigration lawyer. Good move. Applying for work visas or citizenship is difficult in this country, and not only are the stakes riding on it high, so too are the consequences of failure or procedural slip-ups. But now comes maybe the most important part: interviewing each of the attorneys on the list of finalists you’ve whittled down after searching through databases and such. The scope of this article, then, is designed to help you through that. The first and most important thing to remember is the requisite psychology. You may feel vulnerable. You may have much to lose. You may be, in the grander scheme and in countless other ways, at a greatly deleveraged position. But here, insofar as selecting a Chicago immigration lawyer goes, you are in charge. These people are finalists to be your representative in court for any number of reasons. Assuming that air of confidence in the early going is vital to the rest of your negotiating. Once you sit down with these individuals, however, it’s important to look for a personal connection. These people are likely to be hugely influential players in your lives. See whether they have that human element to them, and seem willing and able to connect. If you can find that, you’re mostly there. The rest of the battle is about finding someone with a particular expertise in your area of need. Does this person specialize in getting work visas? Attaining U.S. citizenship? Helping coach you through various interviews? The likelihood is that any Chicago immigration lawyer is at the very least functional in each of these avenues. But depending on how uncomfortable you are about proceeding, it may be worth your while to find someone with an expert background.
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