I'm an international Moroccan student who just graduate and wanting to apply for green card through marriage. In order for me to hire a lawyer to take care of my case, the Moroccan bank policy requires me to send them a document explaining WHY you are transferring this money. For example, you need your money for a purpose (housing, other tangible expenses...) or that you are paying a debt back (legal document).
I had a conversation over the phone with one lawyer in Jacksonville and she said that she said she can't do it for numerous silly reasons. is this to much to ask ?
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If one attorney doesn't want your case, I'm sure there are a hundred more who will - use the Find A Lawyer tab at the top of the page to find one.
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This appears to be a general article, but have you spoken to your bank specifically? Maybe they will provide you with more details or a form to have in hand when you speak with attorneys.
It may have been too much to ask for that lawyer you spoke with, but I'm sure there are plenty of lawyers that will take your case and provide you with the information you need. Also remember, you are not limited to just lawyers in Jacksonville. With technology these days, you can work with attorneys outside your geographic location. Good luck.
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