Is Your Firm Run By Attorneys Or Visa Consultants?
Enterline and Partners is run by U.S. licensed attorneys.
What Is The Difference Between An Immigration Attorney And Immigration Consultant Or Agent?
The difference between the two is enormous. An immigration attorney is a licensed professional who is regulated by a Bar Association. An attorney has also graduated from law school and has passed a legal licensing examination and is required to follow a very strict code of ethics so as to best represent their clients. An immigration consultant or agent is unlicensed and is not bound by the same rules of professional responsibility as an attorney. Furthermore, because attorney’s are regulated by their Bar Association, they have a standard to follow which provides clients with protection should an issue arise.
What Type Of U.S. Immigration Cases Do You Handle?
Enterline and Partners handles a wide range of family, business, investment and educational immigration cases.
Do You Offer Free Consultation Sessions?
For a limited time, we are offering all potential clients with a 20 minute free consultation session in our office in Ho Chi Minh City.
If I Avail Of A Free Consultation Session, Who Will I Meet With And What Will You Cover?
During the free consultation session, you will meet with one of our U.S. immigration attorneys. The consultation session will cover a general overview of your case.
If I Hire You After The Consultation, How Much Are Your Fees?
Professional fees will depend on the complexity of your case. The fees will be discussed during the consultation session.
Do You Guarantee Results?
As licensed attorneys, we are unable to guarantee you any results. The only thing we can guarantee is that we will work hard and do our very best in representing you in your case
Do You Have Any Connections Inside The U.S. Consulate In Ho Chi Minh City?
Nobody has any connections or a special relationship with consular officers inside the U.S. Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City. A person who alleges that they have connections or a special relationship with consular officers is most likely not telling the truth in order to gain your trust