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Posted over 2 years ago.

Hi, Alice
Thank you for the respond. Don't get me wrong I have an attorney in Philadelphia transferring my case here. But she said it's going to create a lot of problem on the interview if I have my case in Philadelphia and i'm a resident of Philadelphia but he's resident of Texas and he pays taxes there as well. He works for the big company and has offices there and here like I said before. I don't think this is an impossible case. I just want to know alternative opinion. She said the immigration will accuse me in fraud.

Alice Antonovsky
Alice Antonovsky, Immigration Attorney - Brooklyn, NY
Posted over 2 years ago.

I do not think they will automatically accuse you of fraud. However, since i am not familiar with he details of your case, I cannot give you legal advice. If you are doubting the advice of your attorney, maybe you should think about getting a second opinion. However, the only way to get valuable advice is to have your entire case reviewed by an attorney. Good luck.

Alice Antonovsky
Alice Antonovsky, Immigration Attorney - Brooklyn, NY
Posted over 2 years ago.

I do not think they will automatically accuse you of fraud. However, since i am not familiar with he details of your case, I cannot give you legal advice. If you are doubting the advice of your attorney, maybe you should think about getting a second opinion. However, the only way to get valuable advice is to have your entire case reviewed by an attorney. Good luck.