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We only saw this attorney twice, once for the consult and once to pay. After that his one legal asst was who we communicated with. Husband asked how many clients similar to our case (spouse of US citizen) received green cards. The assistant said none.The 601 was denied. He did not include some of the material.
Probably the worst way to spend $60 for an initial consultation. Pretty much told me that I was out of luck but did not tell me what other avenues I could pursue or what short/long term actions I could take to find some remedy. Spent the entire conversation browsing on his computer because he knew nothing about the subject at hand. Spoke in half sentences the entire time. Also reprimanded me for my past actions and the actions of my family as if it were something I could change in the present.
I have been to countless lawyers in the area and so far he the only one that I know is worth paying for. He helped me with my ex in 2000. He acts laidback but he's on point with everything. His whole office personel are on top of everything. He's very loyal. I found out that my ex had used me for my papers. I consulted this with Mr. Gonzalez when I brought a client to him for services. He didn't like the news because there are 2 children involved but didn't show it. Later I found out that my ex and his new wife (the one he lived a double life with) came to him for Immigration services. He remembered me and told him sorry but don't count on me to help you. When I found this out I realized that he's not in this for money. He might seem like he doesn't care but deep down he does. Since then I have contracted services with someone else and I truely regret not going with him again. Now I'm paying big time for this mistake. Now I have to call him again to see if he can fix it. Plus he had a spot in a local radio show where he answered Immigration questions from the public.