We also have authors who speak and write Spanish and English so our Hispanic users who do not speak English can also participate in the forum
Jackson, MI (PRWEB) February 16, 2008
VisaAmigo.com, a new immigration law information website, announced the launch of its new immigration law forum. The immigration law forum will include questions and answers presented by site users and licensed immigration law attorneys.
"There are a lot of people out there who have questions about our immigration law system but simply don't have access to attorneys or other professionals who can help them locate the information they need," explained Philip C. Curtis, an immigration law attorney and author for VisaAmigo.com. The VisaAmigo.com immigration law forum features a questions and answer format where users can post questions or comments. "Our new forum will allow anyone who has a question about an immigration law issue to post it in the forum and have it answered by a licensed immigration attorney," Curtis added.
All unique or first time questions posted will be reviewed and responded to by an immigration law attorney and added to the sites database. Duplicate questions will be answered with a response from the site's growing knowledge base which will evolve and grow as new twists of the same or similar questions are presented Curtis explained. "We also have authors who speak and write Spanish and English so our Hispanic users who do not speak English can also participate in the forum," Curtis added.
The immigration law forum is available to anyone and is free of charge and no registration is required. Anyone interested in the new form can visit VisaAmigo.com's website at http://www.visaamigo.com/forum.