Resources on Unauthorized Practice of Immigration Law

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This one-page resource highlights the common types of scams immigrants are exposed to when seeking assistance with their immigration matter. Share this document to help your community avoid these harmful practices.

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This document suggests ways state officials can strengthen consumer protections against immigration services fraud and improve access to state agencies’ reporting procedures.

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A resource that clarifies the types of services immigration consultants may provide with immigration matters.

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This report, intended to help policymakers and advocates at the state and local levels who wish to create or further strengthen laws to combat the unauthorized practice of immigration law, was produced through a partnership between American University Washington College of Law and the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc.

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This resource provides talking points for why states should enact laws that protect your community against notario fraud and other harmful immigration services.

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There are many options out there to file a complaint against illegal business practices and and notario fraud. We've compiled a list to reference should you find yourself in an immigration scam.

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Trying to understand immigration law by yourself can be overwhelming. Figuring out who to trust is just as hard. Beware of notarios and other immigration scammers trying to cheat you out of your money and waste your time.

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A very informative guide on the best ways to avoid immigration scams to protect yourself and not suffer consequences.

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A tip sheet outlining five important reasons why you should report unauthorized practice (notarios) each and every time.

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Did you know that the wrong immigration help can hurt? Due to the complexity of immigration law, even small mistakes can result in severe consequences to immigrants and jeopardize their future immigration status.

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