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Subject: Attorney or self apply?
Hi:

I am on H1b in US (indian citizen) , wanted to apply under skilled category - should i do an attorney for thsi process (they charge around 1800USD) or is the process straight enough to self apply ? what are your experiences ??

[31-05-2006,13:00]
[***.85.253.149]
anubhat
(in reply to: Attorney or self apply?)
hi Anubhat,

Please save this money for other things in your life. Hiring an attorney will only delay and complicate an otherwise simple process. If you are on H1B in US, I assume you are a well educated person(software Engineer?) and this application form is simple enough for anyone like you to fill.

Good luck

[31-05-2006,14:49]
[***.214.40.68]
BigB
(in reply to: Attorney or self apply?)
Any save your big bucks....email me at vwphaeton@rediffmail.com and I will help you out..send me your tel# to my email...there are some tips i want to give you to get it done super fast...liek mine happened..
[31-05-2006,17:26]
[***.144.240.25]
Anonymous
do it your self (in reply to: Attorney or self apply?)
Do it yourself following the instructions from the cic site, not need for lawyers. Its fairly easy
[01-06-2006,03:40]
[***.95.62.31]
ang

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