New Jersey Most Common Immigration Application Mistakes

Posted by on November 23, 2015 in Home Page, Immigration Law | 0 comment

Common Mistakes to Avoid on Immigration Applications

Whether you have family in the United States or are following a dream to succeed in life, there are a variety of opportunities in this great nation. Those with the drive are often able to take the steps necessary to become legal citizens, and it takes time and effort. One of the steps is to fill out the immigration application, and New Jersey immigration law can be difficult to understand. This makes it all too easy to make mistakes. There are a few common mistakes made on immigration applications to watch out for.

Innocent Mistakes and Typos

On the immigration application, there are times when information must be entered more than once, and this can cause confusion. Furthermore, with the extent of the complete process, it’s also very common for typos that can end up costing time and money.

Wrong Forms

There are so many different reasons people seek to immigrate, and these reasons require different forms to be filled out. All too often, applicants fill out the wrong form when they complete their application without legal counsel.

Not Eligible

Few things are more disheartening than filling out the application and paying fees only to find that you aren’t eligible to apply, but this happens often.

Trust the Professionals

These are just a few of the common mistakes made on immigration applications. The intricacies of New Jersey immigration law can be confusing, and, unless you have training in the legal field, it can be hard to ensure a thorough understanding of the application and all of it’s jargon.

Here at Thomas & Krail LLC, we have a staff of skilled and experienced professionals who are well-versed in New Jersey immigration law. Whether you’ve already begun the application process or don’t even know where to start, call our office today for a consultation.