State seeks to protect immigrants from bad advice

  • By jack

  • 3 December, 2013

The man who was doing Paula’s taxes said that he also could help her with her immigration status.

And even though he was a notary and didn’t have legal expertise, Paula (who didn’t want her last name to be published in this story) was desperate for a solution.

So she paid him for advice that turned out to be misguided, and today she regrets it.