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  • Immigration Lawyer unprofessionalism

    I contracted an immigration lawyer to file an NIW (National Interest Waiver) for me about 2 months ago. He charged me US$1500 to provide me with this service. I send him all the information he requested and he was supposed to file my case with the INS, and get a case tracking number about 3 weeks ago. SInce then I have been emailing him (about 15 times) and calling (4 times) him and leaving messages so that I can get my tracking number and to know how things are progressing but to no avail. I would like your suggestions and comments on this matter in what I should do. and if this counts as unethical behavior or if I should file a complaint.

    Thank you

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    I contracted an immigration lawyer to file an NIW (National Interest Waiver) for me about 2 months ago. He charged me US$1500 to provide me with this service. I send him all the information he requested and he was supposed to file my case with the INS, and get a case tracking number about 3 weeks ago. SInce then I have been emailing him (about 15 times) and calling (4 times) him and leaving messages so that I can get my tracking number and to know how things are progressing but to no avail. I would like your suggestions and comments on this matter in what I should do. and if this counts as unethical behavior or if I should file a complaint.

    Thank you

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    • #3
      At this point, I would lean more toward case of unprofessionalism in keeping very poor contact to his customer. Don't think its qualify as unethical yet though. Before proceeding with legal means, I would definitely recommend getting that case# first.

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      • #4
        How can I get the case tracking number by myself?
        thanks

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        • #5
          I think it'll be quite complicated to get control/tracking number it if the lawyer refuse give to you. One way is by contacting an IIO and provide as much information as possible (last name, first name, address, INS Service Center where the application was sent, etc).
          Do realize your lawyer might not have submitted anything, so you might end up with no record in the INS system.

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          • #6
            Thinking everything over,
            I get to the conclusion that actually you are right, Carlos.

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            • #7
              TO: Andreea
              Do you have any personal issue with me or with any other person in this board that you been trying to misled? As an immigrant yourself you should know the problem they face, and certainly they don't need you to add more to it.

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