Immigration Service Provider Complaint

You can make a complaint about businesses that provide immigration services. Complaints include:

  • Fraudulent or deceptive practices
  • Not executing a written contract before providing service
  • Not posting a bond of $50,000
  • Not posting a sign describing consumers' rights.

Immigration service businesses cannot guarantee government action, such as the granting of residency, visas, passports, citizenship, or any other immigration status. You can also make a complaint about providers that make false claims.

Immigration service providers must disclose that the individual providing assistance is not a lawyer and cannot accept fees for giving legal advice, drafting legal papers, or reviewing documents for legality. Individuals providing assistance cannot represent you before immigration authorities. You can also make a complaint about providers' failure to disclose that they are not lawyers.