Immigration Document Preparation Services we can provide for you:
According to the US Citizenship & Immigration Service, anyone may provide limited, non-legal help with immigration forms and charge for those services. However, the State of Nevada determine the qualifications required. My Nevada Certificate of Registration Document Preparation Service licence number is: NVDPS201913527 qualifies me to provide this service.
Eugene Williams Consulting is an active member of the National Notary Association.
Typical Types of Forms
Here are some of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) forms we can assist you with completing and submitting.
Form I-90 - Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card
Form I-131A - Application for Travel Document (Carrier Documentation)
Form N-336 - Request for Hearing on a Decision in Naturalization Proceedings Under Section 336
Form N-400 Application for Naturalization
Form G - 1145 e-Notification of Application/Petition Acceptance
Form I-539 Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status
Form N-565 Application for Replacement Naturalization/Citizenship Document
Form N-600 - Application for Certificate of Citizenship.
Form AR-11 Change of Address Information
Document Preparation Service Complaint Form
Use this form to report to the Nevada Secretary of State a violation of our service contract with you.
Form G-639 Freedom of Information/Privacy Act Request
Can an Document Preparation Service provide legal representation for a client's immigration matter?
No. Only licensed lawyers can provide legal advice. Also, only a licensed lawyer or a person approved by the Bureau of Immigration Appeals' (BIA) Recognition and Accreditation Program can represent a person on immigration matters.
Can an Document Preparation Service recommend which form to use or suggest how a client should answer a question on a form?
No. State law prohibits an Document Preparation Service from recommending which form to use. Suggesting how to answer a question is also considered prohibited legal advice.
What type of services can an Document Preparation Service provide?
A Document Preparation Service can provide only nonlegal services on immigration matters, such as:
- Translating a client's answers to a question on a forms;
- Translating the information on the form for a client;
- Help obtain copies of supporting documents needed for the form;
- Provide a in-office computer for client to enter data on a online immigration form;
- Help client apply for a background check;
- Submitting completed forms to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office, if requested by the client;
- Referring a client to appropriate legal representation or show clients where to find answers to their questions in instruction sheets or on the USCIS website
Are there requirements for Document Preparation Service services contracts?
Yes. A contract for Document Preparation Service services must be written in both English and the client's language. Oral contracts are not permitted.
Contracts must include the following:
- A statement that the Document Preparation Service provider is not an attorney and cannot perform legal services performed by attorneys.
- A description of the services and purpose of the services to be performed as well as itemized costs for each service.
- A list of the documents to be prepared, an explanation of the purpose and process for each document, and a list of the costs for preparing each document.
- A description of what the Document Preparation Service will do with respect to each document, and listing the agency and office where each document will be filed and the approximate processing times according to the current published agency guidelines.
- Information about how to report complaints related to Document Preparation Service services, including the toll-free numbers and website addresses for the Executive Office for Immigration Review of the United States Department of Justice.
- A provision that the client can cancel the contract within 72 hours.
Remember, an Document Preparation Service must provide a signed receipt on his/her letterhead to a client for each payment made by that client.
What other information does a Document Preparation Service provider have to share with a client?
Before providing services, a Document Preparation Service must provide the client with a written disclosure of the following information in the native language of the client:
- The Document Preparation Service's providers name, address, and telephone number.
- The Document Preparation Service's Certificate of Registration with the State of Nevada.
- The legal name of the employee who consulted with the client, if different from the Document Preparation Service provider.
- Evidence of compliance with the applicable bonding requirement, including the bond number.
After providing services:
- An Document Preparation Service provider must provide a copy of each document completed on behalf of the client and must include the name and address of the Document Preparation Service.
- Note that documents must be retained for at least three years after the date of the last service to the client and must be provided to law enforcement agencies without a warrant or subpoena.
- An Document Preparation Service must promptly return all original documents provided to the Document Preparation Service in support of the client's application.
Our Document Preparation Service will:
- Never make representations to your clients that indicate we have special influence with USCIS or another government agency.
- Never take a client's money without delivering the services requested.
- Never charge money to refer a client to a lawyer.
- Never require a customer to pay money to get their original documents back.
- Never attempt to get additional money from our clients without their written consent or permission.
- Never prepare, file or charge a client for preparing a frivolous application if the client does not qualify.
What are the common forms you will help me complete and submit?
We will help you complete these forms and assemble your submission package to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
- Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card (1-90)
- Request for a Hearing on a Decision in Naturalization Proceedings (N-336)
- Application for Naturalization (N-400)
- Application for Replacement Naturalization/Citizenship Document (N-565)
- Application for Certificate of Citizenship (N-600)
- Application for Citizenship and Issuance of Certificate Under Section 322 (N-600K)
- Application To Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status (1-539)
- Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker (I-129
- Petition for Alien Relative and Supplemental Information for Spouse Beneficiary (I-130/I-130A)
- Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status (I-485)
- Medical Certification for Disability Exceptions (N-648)
- Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence (I-751)
- Application for Employment Authorization (I-765)
- Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (I-821D)
- Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions on Permanent Resident Status (I-829)
- Affidavit of Support Under Section 213A of the INA (I-864)
- Alien Change of Address Card (AR-11)
- Background Check (I-783)
- Freedom of Information/Privacy Act Request (G-639)
- Employment Eligibility (I-9)
- Application for Certificate of Citizenship (N-600)
Online Application Support
Filing online forms at the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), saves you time and is more secure than mailing a paper application.
When we help you file online, you can be sure that:
- You filled out all the required parts of the application;
- Your application will reach USCIS for processing faster than by mail; and
- USCIS received your application, with an online confirmation.
You’ll also be able to:
- Submit any additional required documents;
- Receive automatic updates to your case;
- Communicate with USCIS about your case;
- File using your phone or tablet;
- Securely pay fees to USCIS; and
- Save yourself a trip to the post office.
Forms that can be filed online:
- AR-11 - Alien's Change of Address Card
- G-639 - Freedom of Information Act/Privacy Act Request
- I-90 - Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card
- I-131A - Application for Travel Document ( Carrier Documentation) Pay Online
- I-539 - Application To Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status
- N-336 - Request for a Hearing on a Decision in Naturalization Proceedings (Under Section 336 of the INA)
- N-400 - Application for Naturalization
- N-565 - Application for Replacement Naturalization/Citizenship Document
- N-600 - Application or Certificate of Citizenship
- N-600K - Application for Citizenship and Issuance of Certificate Under Section 322