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Frager Law Firm were up to date with me once I was on a payment plan but once my balance was $0 I never heard from them. I had to end my relationship with them because they were not getting anything done. I had to hire another attorney and none of my money was ever given back. Almost $20K and they were only able to deliver half of the work. It is a total joke. They change attorneys and are never on top of their work. All they want is money and more money but at this point they did not care for the client which they did not care for me at all. I guess once you pay off your on your own. First mistake of my life to pay them off. DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS ATTORNEY TO ANYONE!!!!!
I hired Mr. Frager to take care of my case, but they changed my attorney like 4 times (bad sign), attorneys where just quitting, I just talked to him once, only the first time, every time I had a new attorney I had to repeat my case again, and when I finally talk to him, he had no any idea who I was. a horrible experience, not recommended, very expensive, nice but really not interested in your case, only your money.
I would recommend Barry Frager, knowlegeable and trustworthy
Barry Frager is an honest and dedicated lawyer. knowledgeable and I trust him to follow up and make things right for his clients.
Barry served as co counsel with me on a large federal case. He was well prepared and knows immigration law. He organizes and presents an annual immigration law seminar which is well attended by both lawyers and Judges. I will refer him future clients.
I had a petition case with INS which Attorney Barry Frager was representing me. I paid him $5000.00 for the case and I had about five attorneys from his law firm (turnovers) who were assigned to me case with him not updating them with the information that was requested from the judge. Only for him to be apolizing to the judge when asked of the materials I was supposed to present.