First-Ever Virtual Law Firm Puts Clients First

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Let 2nd Law Do All the Heavy Lifting

As the wildly popular musical Hamilton put it, “immigrants: we get the job done.” Unfortunately, making the decision to move to the U.S. for work, for family, or for new opportunities can be a demoralizing, costly, and lengthy process.

For the millions who apply for asylum or for visas in the U.S. each year, delays and red tape are common, and traditional law firms can charge desperate individuals tens of thousands of dollars for what seems like filing simple paperwork. If hopeful immigrants can’t afford an attorney and decide to tackle the process on their own, the requirements and government lingo can be prohibitively confusing, especially to non-native English speakers.

The first ever all virtual law firm, 2nd.law, promises to revolutionize the immigration process. Hopeful immigrants of all socioeconomic backgrounds and abilities deserve access to high-quality legal services and a process that they can trust, and with the help of revolutionary technology, 2nd.law tackles the challenge head-on. By using Artificial Intelligence and robots, they’re able to provide legal services for their clients at a steeply discounted price -- up to 75% lower than the rates and fees that traditional firms offer -- all while putting client relationships first.

Co-founder Bahar Ansari, an active immigration lawyer, has prioritized a variety of immigration services at 2nd.law. The firm currently offers legal services for clients hoping to receive over 20 different types of U.S. visa, and has already helped many immigrants qualify for work in the United States.

As professional photographer and happy 2nd.law client Oleg Bogdan put it, the 2nd.law team “made my dream come true by helping me to become a permanent resident and providing me with all of the support and knowledge I needed during this complicated process.”

Because the firm is cloud-based, clients can access their case files, see updated information, and ask questions any time of day or night. Keeping things virtual also keeps costs reasonable. This efficiency enables 2nd.law to provide the highest-quality legal services for their clients from anywhere in the world, at a fraction of the cost.

One poignant example is seen in 2nd.law’s pricing for those requiring an O-1 Visa, which is commonly utilized by professionals in education, medicine, and the entertainment industry. 2nd.law’s fee? A flat rate of $1,499, saving clients over 70%.

But it’s not just pricing that ensures 2nd.law will transform the legal services market. By utilizing robot lawyers, the human lawyers of 2nd.law are able to spend more time working to get their clients what they need. “We don’t just utilize robots because it’s easier -- we also do it so that we human lawyers can spend our time prioritizing you and your needs over the reams of necessary paperwork,” Ansari says.

But while certainly an exciting way to harness technology, the philosophy of 2nd.law is about much more than just efficiency -- the firm was designed to give the decision-making power back to the individual in legal matters. As co-founder Pelevin puts it, “We created 2nd.law because we believe in equality for all. In most countries, it takes a law degree to understand complex laws and regulations -- and those laws often limit or control your rights. Most people can’t understand the law fully, and greedy lawyers line their pockets ‘helping’ clients do so.”

2nd.law also offers legal services in employment law, family law, estate planning, business law, and personal injury law as well -- and expansion plans are in the works. http://www.2nd.law

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Tikiyah Overstreet