Posted by a client
1. Similar to another reviewer, your application is at the hand of a paralegal. Paralegal or the lawyer, if the quality of the work is satisfying, it doesn't matter. However, when I had the memo for I-140 written by a paralegal, I couldn't believe that was written by somebody who got law school education. It lacked any logical sequence and exactly same paragraph was copied and pasted from one place to the other. I had to edit most part of it, which is not what you expect, paying high legal fee.
2. Realizing their quality, I wanted to change to another lawyer. Their payment system prevents it, however. They set up the second legal fee shortly before I-140 application then the third legal fee upon the approval of I-140. In this way, one should go on with them until the end. Be aware of this system before signing and compare with other lawyers.
3. The worst is their reliability and timeliness, on which the immigration issue is highly dependent. They answered an e-mail but no action later and didn't even reply back to the repeated request for months. Then, I heard their unapologetic comment, "you should have asked to us again,,,,,".
Posted by PHB
I hired Mr. Frank about 4 years ago for an extraordinary ability case since I am involved in research. He was recommended by many friends of mine that had positive results with him. Although at the end we went a different route, he has always been supportive, realistic and in constant communication throughout my case. I will definitely recommend Mr. Frank (as I had done before) for your immigration matter.
Posted by a Immigration client
I worked with Mr. Frank and was very happy. Immigrants like me, are always in a need for fast response and many times I had to remind Mr. Frank and his team regarding my time line. However, they have never missed a due date in any of my cases. To be more relaxed, I would recommend to keep asking every few weeks if the office have all your papers ready (ask them to spend couple minutes to verify it, I had few cases that we found out, a day or two before due-date, that we are missing a document).
Posted by a Immigration client
1) Be prepared that the only time you'll be able to interact with Mr. Frank is before you sign a contract. After that you'll only be able to talk to "paralegals" who are no more than just receptionists who have no clue about immigration law;
2) .About "keeping me informed". Do not expect them to keep you informed of anything or remind you of any deadlines. It's totally your responsibility to know all the peculiarities of immigration law, when and what to file. But what the bleep are immigration lawyers are for in this case?
3) Do not expect them to do anything. They promise to review your personal statement, support letters etc. I have not seen any of that. It's like a black hole: it sucks everything you throw at it with no feedback whatsoever.
To summarize: it's probably useful only if the only thing you need is attorney's signature on the case that you've prepared on your own, Otherwise, if you need some real help, try to find someone else.
Posted by Helen
professional and knowledge on the case. I have been denied by several lawyers since my case has very slim chance. They were helping me so much and give me suggestion what to do and finally my case got approved. Thank you so much for the excellent service and professional knowledge.
Posted by Uttam
Adam Frank and the company he is associated, Leavy, Frank and Delaney have shown very much professional behaviour with me. I am very happy on the outcome of all the cases processed via the company.
Posted by Veena
I have had a very good experience with Mr. Frank and his staff. They are very knowledgeable in what they do. Throughout the processing period, I was very well informed and updated about the case status and progress. They are very prompt and thorough in their response and correspondence with documents. I would not trust any other lawyer with my case.