We are licensed (and highly trained) immigration lawyers, we do not "check" doc's prior to sending to USCIS. We either prepare & file the entire application (and assume responsibility for it) or want to know none of it.
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Most immigration attorneys would not want to put their name under something they did not prepare themselves, which your question implies you are asking someone to do (even if unofficially doing so by merely 'checking' someone else's documents over). If you were to hire an immigration attorney to prepare your application, that would be a different matter. I would highly suggest you do this.
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This probably is not something you want to pursue - either work with a lawyer or don't. Don't try to do it halfway like this.
This is not legal advice and no attorney-client relationship has been formed. Then only way to do that would be to to retain my office; if you are interested in that, I can be reached at 703/885-0637.
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