The process does not seem that hard to me, but many friends are recommending I use a lawyer.
If you can afford it, spend the money as insurance. The law does not require you to hire a lawyer.
The process can be quite complex based upon many variables. It is not unusual for citizenship applications to be denied for unanticipated reasons. It is unwise not to hire counsel given the possible outcomes.
Hope this helps
The information is for general information purposes only. Nothing stated above should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation.
An immigration lawyer can help you in the following ways:
Analyze the facts of your case thoroughly.
Explain all the benefits for which you may be eligible.
Recommend the best ways for you to obtain legal status.
Complete and submit your applications properly.
Stay current on the new laws that affect you.
Avoid delays and problems with your case whenever possible.
Discuss the status of your case with you.
Speak for you in discussions with the Department of Homeland Security or represent you in court.
File necessary appeals and waivers.
Utilize the system to your advantage because he or she has the experience to do so.
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