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How and Where to File Complaints Against Notarios,  Immigration Consultants and fake lawyers.

notarios and immigration consultants do't have a license to practice lawAILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association) long has worked to ensure that immigrants are competently represented, so they are not forced to use the often-unscrupulous services of a local notario or unauthorized immigration consultant. To this end, AILA has created, a new consumer website providing information and resources to immigrants to avoid being defrauded by a notario, and where to get help if they are harmed. Consumer protection information is available in English and en Español. Immigration laws and regulations are complex and challenging – don’t trust your status to a "notario." Don’t risk your dreams for your family. You need an attorney who knows immigration law. Whether you are a consumer of immigration services or a lawyer who can help victims, visit for more information.


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AILA AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 08100662 (posted Nov. 30, 2009)




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