I qualify 100 percent, i have everything i need, no criminal problems, do i still need to get a lawyer?
You're never required to have an immigration attorney represent you. That being said, if you can afford one, you should retain one even for what appears to be the simplest case. You'll sleep better.
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no, you do not NEED to, but hiring a lawyer can help you prevent mistakes... this oculd be a once in a lifetime opportunity, why risk it?
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You are not required to hire an Attorney to file for deferred action, however iI recommend you at leads have an attorney review your documents and application before you submit them. This may be a one shot situation and there is no sense in risking making a mistake.
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