With 843,000 immigrants coming into the United States during fiscal year 2013, it’s no surprise that immigration services have greatly expanded. While most services seek to help immigrants, some individuals are trying to take advantage of these newcomers with various immigration scams.
Immigration scams come in many forms. The most popular happen via telephone, email, websites and local businesses. These scams can delay your application or petition, cost you unnecessary fees or possibly result in removal proceedings. Knowing the identifying qualities of these scammers can save you time and money, and provide some much needed peace of mind.