Although we have links to most of the needed forms for various needs, most people need an attorney to be sure
their case is handled properly the first time and to avoid potentially serious legal problems
which could result in your wasting your money and requiring you to refile your
forms again with the aid of an attorney.
The immigration process is more than simply filing a form. You must be aware of
all of the pitfalls, eligibility requirements and what you will need down the
road. When you hit that stumbling block and you then turn to an attorney for
help, the fees that will be charged will likely be the same (or perhaps even
more for the extra time to discern what you have filed and problems that may
have been created in the filing). People then often end up paying more than they
would had they hired an attorney to start. Notorios are also "notorious" for
filing errors. Make sure you seek the services of an experienced immigration
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The DS-260 and DS-160
These Visa Electronic Applications, are a fully integrated online application form that will be used
to collect the necessary application information from persons seeking a visa. These forms will be submitted electronically
to the Department of State via the Internet. Consular Officers will use the information entered on the forms to process the
visa application and, combined with a personal interview, will determine an applicant’s eligibility for a visa.
USCIS has all forms on its website. You never need to pay to download forms. You only need to pay to "file" forms with the Department of Homeland Security or the "National Visa Center."
Some applications do not have a "form" but are filed by attorneys seeking relief for their clients.
Affidavit of Support
The Affidavit of Support is legally required for the petitioning sponsor for many family-based and some employment based immigrants to show the intending immigrant will have adequate means of support, when planning to immigrate to the U.S. The purpose of the process is to prove that the intending immigrant has adequate means of financial support and is unlikely to become a
public charge. public charge
For more information on when such forms are required and other information on this, see the link below:
Affidavit of Support Checklist & info