Scott Legal, P.C. prepares a number of immigration petitions including E-2, H-1B, O-1, L-1, TN and various green card petitions. We often solicit feedback from our clients and we are happy when they write reviews for us. To date, we have over 30 reviews on Google and 79 reviews on AVVO. You can see our AVVO reviews by clicking here.
Here is one of our latest reviews!
|“As someone who never writes reviews I felt that this is one I could not pass on. We can’t say enough about Ian Scott and his team. After being on various visas, dealing with immigration for the past 17yrs, and five lawyers later can finally say we have found a law firm with professional, competent lawyers who actually care. We decided to call Ian Scott to get a second opinion because our previous lawyer thought our case for E2 renewal had obstacles and was difficult. From our very first call with Ian we knew we were in good hands and had a qualified lawyer who did not think our case was challenging. All our questions were answered honestly and we never felt like we were being told what we wanted to hear. We immediately hire Ian Scott. Along with Ian, Jose was incredible to work with, no matter how many times we called or emailed with questions he would respond right away. We were on a tight deadline to get our documents submitted and Jose did just that. He was so thorough, patient and paid attention to every detail. His business plan he created for us was outstanding. We are happy to report our case was just approved! Do yourself a favor call Scott Legal, you won’t be disappointed.”
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Ian E. Scott, Esq. is the Founder of Scott Legal, P.C. He can be reached at 212-223-2964 or by email at email@example.com.
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