Have you ever kicked anyone out of your office? Hi, I’m Jim hacking, immigration lawyer practicing law throughout the United States out of our office here in st Louis, Missouri. The answer to this question is yes, I have kicked people out of my office and I just did it sort of nicely a couple of weeks ago. I was meeting with the young man and he had a long complicated immigration history and I don’t want to go into too much detail cause they don’t want to reveal too much about him, but let’s just say that there were multiple applications filed with various immigration offices and I would say that none of them had any merit and in fact were quite offensive to me and what do I mean by that?
Well, they were offensive to me because they were such blatant BS and this was a situation where you had a guy just bouncing around from immigration theory to immigration theory, bouncing around from US citizen to US citizen filing cases here and there.
They were all a bunch of BS. It sounded to me like they were completely fake and I did respectfully kick him out of my office. I said, dude, you’re the reason why my case is hard, you’re the reason why all these people that I care about, all these immigrants are having such a hard time is because of you and the stupid cases that you’re filing, you’re the one that makes my life hard and you’re going to deportation, so it was a very frustrating consult, I got very upset.
I really tried to keep my cool and I think I did, I don’t think he knew that I was kicking him out of the office and I have actually kicked people straight out of my office and it usually involves me telling them, you’re the one that makes my life hard, you’re the one that makes my team’s life hard and I really resent that.
Of course I’m working on my resentment, I’m supposed to be a happy fellow and generally I am. But, when you’re face to face with the kind of person that thinks they only come to an immigration lawyer to think up other fake cases, I mean he was out of options.
He had filed, not one but two bogus marriage cases and he also had a bogus asylum case. It was just a total mess and you wouldn’t believe it, as I’m walking them out the door. He said what about a U visa, which is for victims of crime, so I mean this guy was just unbelievable.
Total manipulator, totally working the system, totally made me sick and so, I was glad to see him go. I put down in our notes a code red, which means we don’t want to work with this fellow, so that everybody in the office knows that if they call back, because he might, that we don’t want anything to do with him because we don’t want to file BS cases, we only want to file good cases.
We want our reputation to be maintained and we want you to know that we take cases that we believe in and more importantly we want USCIS to know that, so I walked this guy right out of my office, sent him packing. He had driven from out of state but I didn’t care because I was mad and he was pissing me off, so we hope you found this video helpful. We hope you understand that we’re not going to help you file any BS cases and I know you wouldn’t be watching these videos if you wanted to file fraudulent cases, but if you do need help with immigration, give us a call 314-961-8200, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to join us in our Facebook group.
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