No, CitizenPath is a good solution for applicants with straight-forward immigration cases. Our software helps users complete USCIS applications and petitions quickly and even provides warnings when they answer questions in a way that could be problematic.
Immigration attorneys provide a value role. If you have a criminal record, drunk driving arrest, blemish immigration history (such as overstayed visa) or even a more complicated situation, CitizenPath encourages you to consult with an experienced immigration attorney that can guide you through the process.
CitizenPath is not a law firm and we cannot provide legal advice, opinions or recommendations to our customers about their possible legal rights, legal remedies, legal defenses, legal options or legal strategies, or answers to specific questions on forms. For this reason, we want you to speak to an experienced immigration attorney if your situation is extraordinary.