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The Easiest Way to Reduce The Cost of Your Green Card

Forrest Blount
CTO

You've decided to apply for a green card, now you have to decide how you'll do it. Will you apply on your own (the cheapest option) or hire a lawyer (the safest option)? If you're like most of the people we spoke to, it's an easy decision to hire a lawyer, but wait -- Can you afford a lawyer?

After speaking with immigrants all around the country, we heard, time and time again, that they wanted to work with lawyers, but couldn't afford the fees they were quoted. It doesn't have to be this way. Using our document automation technology, you can begin the process of preparing your application and then complete your application with a lawyer of your choice. Once you've started preparing your application, our network of attorneys will log on and review your materials and offer you their best quote. In the end, this saves lawyer's time and you money, all while increasing the likelihood that your application is successful.

How Easy Are Our Online Tools?

Our application works on desktop, tablet and mobile devices, so you can begin your application anywhere. We've seen users complete the entire I-130 document preparation in as little as 30 minutes. Don't take our word for it -- give it a try yourself by starting here. And if you need help at any point during the process, our team is standing by at our 1-800 number, 855-539-7768.

The best part is, you have nothing to lose -- you're under no obligation to work with any of our attorneys unless they provide you a quote that works for you!

Give it a try today. I look forward to hearing what you think!

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