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Plan on going us embassy January approved i212 im a good citizen. cann I just get it from that, I doubt it but family sayn I should give it a try.i have a consultation with a good lawyer soon and then fill out application fingers cross don't want to.be turned down and waste my money but have to just take the chance right!!

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Yes he charging 33 thousand ja.for consultation and fill application.just asking if you guys feel.like I even have a chance my mother is really wanting me to try but I just feel like it's waste of time n.money she saying í should try before trump gets in January lol

Yes he charging 33 thousand ja.for consultation and fill application.just asking if you guys feel.like I even have a chance my mother is really wanting me to try but I just feel like it's waste of time n.money she saying í should try before trump gets in January lol

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Yes he charging 33 thousand ja.for consultation and fill application.just asking if you guys feel.like I even have a chance my mother is really wanting me to try but I just feel like it's waste of time n.money she saying í should try before trump gets in January lol

Yes he charging 33 thousand ja.for consultation and fill application.just asking if you guys feel.like I even have a chance my mother is really wanting me to try but I just feel like it's waste of time n.money she saying í should try before trump gets in January lol

You're most likely wasting your money with a JA lawyer. Does he specialize in USA immigration? What experience does he have? Do you have strong ties to your country?

You can fill in your own application.

Edited by LionessDeon

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Sounds like an atty ( if he is) taking advantage of those not computer literate,

or own a computer. Jamaica attys does not practise US laws except the ones

that lives here and have passed the bar. I recently heard of a person in

Jamaica whois charging J$30,000 to file papers for those wanting to travel to the

US even if they had been deported...Guess its Jamaica notario huh

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I call him he gave free consultation over the phone seems like he know what he is talking about still and say its a 50/50 chance not guarantee so idk don't have so much right now he is in Kingston i would have to travel there I can just find one in my area.

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The things is I don't have any ties just started working still on probation have to kore months before I know if I have it for good but without the ties don't think i would get thru.

Without ties your chances are low. The lawyer can't create ties out of thin air, either.

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