I have a friend that owns a resturant. He has an excellent employee who's parents snuck them into the US from Mexico when they were kids. Now is 18 years old and wants to have a regular life here in California. Is there anything he can do to become a citizen. Does he fit under any grandfather clause. I would really like to help this young man please advise. Thank you, Ed
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I suggest he should go to an experienced immigration attorney and explore his options
Posted by: Laura, a Immigration client, over 1 year ago.
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I do not recommend Reza Athari.
I used Reza more than 3 years ago.
Reza handled my Immigration matter.
I have previously worked with 3-5 lawyers.
My daughter and her husband went to this lawyer and paid $6000 in fees when it was all said and done. He only met with my daughter ONCE and spoke to her on the phone ONCE after the fact. It was all of his flunkies who would meet with them. Our son-in-law was denied re-entry back to the US. He cannot reapply for 10 years! This is a nightmare that could have been avoided! We have sought a legal opinion on the case from another lawyer who says Athari went about it all WRONG!! Our son-in-law should never have gone back to Mexico, he would not be stuck there right now! It should have been handled in this country. Do NOT waste your money!!!
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