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Notarios are not authorized by the U.S. to help with immigration.
Be sure the information on your immigration form is accurate before you sign.
The immigration process is complicated and it may be hard for you to figure out who you can trust for help. Scammers like notarios will promise to help, take your money, and not do anything for you. But there are legitimate sources of immigration help.
If you’re looking for immigration help, you may be looking for someone to help you through the process. Here are a few things to keep in mind: all US government forms are free, so never pay for a form. And there are people called notarios who claim to be able to help you. But in the US, notarios are not lawyers, and they’re not authorized by the government to help you with immigration. Avoid notarios and avoid a scam. Find out more at ftc.gov/immigration. That’s f-t-c dot g-o-v slash immigration. A message from the Federal Trade Commission.
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