Immigrations laws are vast, complicated and ever-developing. It is not necessary to use a lawyer when in pursuing rights, but trying the process on your own can be intimidating, confusing, and unsuccessful. If you are applying for immigration rights, or if you are helping a family member to apply for such rights, the most beneficial way to be certain that you are navigating the process correctly is to seek the help of a qualified immigration lawyer. In fact, as soon as you find yourself looking in the direction of anything affiliated with immigration, you should head straight for legal representation. These professionals know where to start and which direction to go. These two steps alone are enough to keep some people from approaching the situation legally. There are forms. Many forms. And, the forms are confusing.
If you are able to establish a plan that you have researched and have deemed as a probable success, it is likely that by the time you are able to obtain all the paperwork and appointments that you need that the constantly changing affiliated laws will have changed just enough that your plan will be scrapped. Constant new developments apply to this area of Law Office of Ronen Kurzfeld, and an immigration lawyer will always be abreast of the changes or even of pending changes that may make your attempt more successful in time, or a situation may exist in which the attorney knows that immediate action must be taken in order to stand a chance at obtaining the rights for which you are fighting. In most cases when an individual has taken on a case alone, when the motion is denied, the individual stops pursuit; however, someone exercising legal representation will be able to appeal, re-present, and dodge and jump through loop holes that are known to change the outcome of a ruling.
The best course of action in your case will be researched, instigated, and attempted with efficiency and legality that cannot be attained by self-representation, and although, as with any other case in the Canada, self-representation is legal but not always smart. Let an immigration lawyer take the case, if not for the legal expertise, knowledge of subject area, and ability to navigate the legal system, then for the moral support alone. Chances are you already feel alone in your fight to obtain your legal rights, and an attorney will help you to not only obtain the rights that you are due but he will also be able to place you with community support among those who have tried the system as you are attempting to do. Even if you have vast legal knowledge, the support available through those who represent these cases is unsurpassed.