Banks are not allowed to practice immigration law.
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No, there is no need for any "attachment" there. just check that box and move on.
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If you are not signing the G-28, you may be violating the law by providing legal advise without a license. You are also creating a record of this violation of the law by writing about it online. I suggest you tell your client to hire an immigration lawyer as soon as possible. If you area lawyer and you need to resort to this forum to get your questions answered you are also likely providing ineffective assistance of counsel. One way to know whether you are providing ineffective assistance of counsel is to ask yourself whether you have access to Kurzban. If you do not have access to Kurzban you very likely do not know what you are doing.
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Haven't banks screwed up our economy enough that now they have to screw up immigration applications? In addition, if you are giving legal advice, and it's difficult to imagine you're not, then you could be practicing law without a license.
Is this in connection with the opening of a bank account? I don't understand what it is that you are trying to do.
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UPL is a crime and can result in civil and or criminal penality. It would be prudent to have the person contact an attorney ot BIA approved agent for assistance.
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Why are you reviewing the documents in the first place? From a legal point of view, my colleagues have already warned you about unlicensed practiced of law. From a practical point of view, the fact that you ask this questions shows that even if you mean well, you are not qualified to help these people. If you truly want to help these immigrants, help them find an immigration attorney.