Immigration Lawyer Offers Free Legal Help to Haitians

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In response to the devastation that occurred in Haiti, the Law firm of Wesley J. Farrell, which specializes part of its practice in Immigration Law has pledged its time and resources to help Haitians affected by the disaster with free legal help.

As an immigration lawyer, I can use my law license and firm to help those who have been affected by this tragedy

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In response to the devastation that occurred in Haiti, the Law firm of Wesley J. Farrell, which specializes part of its practice in Immigration Law has pledged its time and resources to help Haitians affected by the disaster with free legal help.

“As an immigration lawyer, I can use my law license and firm to help those who have been affected by this tragedy," said attorney Wesley Farrell.

As part of the relief effort the Obama Administration has granted a special Temporary Protected Status for Haitians in this country to extend their visas for up to 18 months. It is estimated that between 30,000 and 60,000 people in South Florida qualify for this visa, yet many will not be able to afford the high cost of an attorney.

Anyone interested in receiving legal help in filing for the protected status, can visit the Immigration website of immigration lawyer Wesley Farrell at http://www.ImmigrationLawyer.net and click on “Help for Haitians” to see if they qualify. The deadline to apply is July 20, 2010. If eligible, the law firm of Wesley J. Farrell P.A. will prepare and file the necessary documents, as well as provide immigration guidance free of charge. “The free legal help will be available on a first come first serve basis, until our firm is at capacity, it's our goal to help as many people as possible," said Farrell. The Law Firm of Wesley J. Farrell also represents clients facing criminal charges, more information about their criminal practice can be found at http://www.FloridaAttorney.com.

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