Gabrielle Orum Hernández, Legaltech News
These three companies are using technology to cut through complex bureaucracy and pricey attorney expenses to help users prepare their immigration applications.
Navigating the U.S. immigration process is known to be a headache and a half—not only do potential applicants need to properly categorize their current status, but they need to figure out which specific forms and addendums to submit, make no factual errors, and submit their names to exceedingly long waitlists.
At present, all applicants have to fill out and submit paper forms to their local immigration office. Though U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has promised an online submission system for immigration applications, it’s not expected to be completed and functional until 2019 at the earliest. Continue reading Three Startups Aiming to Disrupt Immigration Law