GAMENESS AND IMMIGRATION LAW
September 17, 2011 § Leave a comment
“Gameness is a quality of fighting or working with traits of eagerness despite the threat of injury. To be game is to described as persevering, ready and willing, full of fight, and spirited.”
Do you really want a lawyer who just talks to you for free for a few minutes? Someone who takes your case for a few dollars, puts some papers in a folder and forgets about you?
Or do you want attorneys with gameness? A team who will fight for you with no fear of losing?
Think about this. It’s your life. Who do you want to defend you?
Who do you need to help when you or your loved one is in trouble?
These days, there are more immigration lawyers than ever. But how many of them are game? And how many of them have really fought? How many cases?
We have persevered for thousands of clients. We remain ready and willing to help you with the system that holds you back.
We spend time with our clients and know them all personally. We talk to them at night, on weekends, whenever they need us. See if you can find that with the lawyer who gives a free consultation.
We know what it is to fight for your green card, your work permit, your visa, and your driver’s license.
We are full of fight and spirited.
It’s your life. Think about it.