Thursday, November 17, 2011

Deceptive Advertising

When dealing with immigration services there are many companies that will use deceptive advertising. You may go to a website that you think is the State Department they even use the same layout.

These companies will make applying for a visa, or US citizenship or green cards sound like the impossible dream but you must remember they are all trying to sell you something normally their overpriced services. Many of the services and forms these companies try to sell you are in actuality free from the State Department. They will give you an extremely long timeline to complete whatever task it is you need done by the government unless you use their services which can expedite it this is totally false of course. Some of these companies will actually drag out your process so they may charge more. So be sure to check with the State Department website for your processing information as they will not steer you wrong.

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