A lawyer has a real edge. Lawyers receive years of full-time training completing their law degrees at university. In the process they develop professional judgement and are taught to:
- prepare cases
- research complex law
- present supporting evidence, and
- argue persuasively.
A skillfully prepared case increases the chances that an Immigration officer, a Tribunal or a Judge will make a favorable decision.
In the complex ever changing area of immigration law, experience, knowledge and judgement can make all the difference.