Business Plans for Immigration Lawyers
In our experience some lawyers like to dive into business plans and even write them on occasion, while others find it to be an arduous task. In almost all cases, the work doesn’t pay enough to justify the effort.
That’s where we come in.
Being an immigration lawyer is complex enough without having to worry about whether the business plan or feasibility study is good enough, beyond addressing program requirements. Our objective has always been to build trust with our referring immigration professionals, so they can focus on taking on more cases.
How do we do that?
We never play lawyer, but we make sure to highlight issues that your clients should discuss with you as we learn about them, so that they don’t have to be corrected after-the-fact, causing delays.
Getting to know your clients’ strengths, weaknesses and ideas for how their businesses will run enables us to craft a plan that is unique for each situation, to emphasize the client’s knowledge and expertise.
We work with your clients to help them refine the information they are giving us so that it forms the building blocks of a credible plan. If we have concerns that cannot be addressed, we bring them to your attention when we send out the draft.
We keep up with the changing details of the various immigration programs and trends in RFEs so that you can feel comfortable that your client is in good hands.
It’s not just about the business, it’s about making sure the business looks strong while still meeting the immigration program requirements.
Our market research subscriptions can come in handy to help your clients understand markets that are new to them and to bolster a business case.
Your Success Breeds More Success
Every business plan is different and requires unique thinking and inputs. When a strong plan gets approved without headaches or challenges, you cut down on your workload, and your clients are more likely to tell their friends about the positive experience they had with your firm.