New York, NY (PRWEB) December 4, 2009
Boston Paternity http://www.bostonpaternity.com rolled out its family immigration attorney partnership program at the AILA Conference in Manhattan on Dec. 1. The program provides AILA's family immigration attorneys with an easy way to complete immigration DNA testing for clients who need to show proof of relatedness. The program is specifically designed to create satisfied clients, who are more likely to refer friends and family members.
Family immigration attorneys can complete a simple online registration form on Boston Paternity's website to get an immigration case started for a client. The process takes only five minutes. From there, a DNA case manager handles the entire course of action, from contacting clients and Embassies, facilitating collection appointments, and reporting results. The case is handled seamlessly from start to finish. Clients get visas quickly through the Boston Paternity program, and AILA members see the benefits of more referrals.
Businesses have been at a virtual hiring standstill since the economic downturn, so many AILA employment attorneys have broadened their scope of work to include some family cases. "Many attorneys I spoke with at the conference, who normally practice employment immigration exclusively, are becoming more interested in family cases for a new revenue stream," said Boris Gaviria, Regional Manager for Boston Paternity's New York operations. "The attorneys who have always handled family cases are seeing a growing need for DNA testing".
Boston Paternity differentiates itself through extraordinary customer service, along with effective communication. Attorneys are notified regularly about case updates, and clients are treated more like royalty than just a case number.
Family immigration attorneys can join the partnership program by visiting the attorneys page on the Boston Paternity website, and completing a simple registration form. From there, new clients can be registered for a DNA test by faxing Boston Paternity the Immigration DNA Web Form.