I have to send my I-751 and our marriage is going strong and it is going to be a joint petition without any complexities.
Still, i think dealing with USCIS I should seek the services of a qualified immigration attorney.
How can i consult one in Houston?
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That is very wise.
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Step 1: look up attorneys on aila.org or avvo.
Step 2: start calling the attorneys you find.
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At a minimum, you should have a competent local immigration atty review your documents prior to submission. Good luck.
An AILA attorney with good ratings on avvo is not a bad place to start