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11/12/2016
By: Maria L.
Servicios Leyva
I have known Servicios Leyva for many years. I am very happy i met them because they are wonderful. they have helped me for many years. love that office.
04/12/2013
By: maria.gonsalvelazzetacia
Servicios Leyva
GREAT OUTCOME THEY ARE THE BEST!!!!!! :-)I could not be happier! This office was extremely nice, organized and very helpful. Yes, sometimes the wait is long, but it is my own fault for not calling a head of time to seeing when a better time would be....tax time is busy at the Leyva's. My wife had to go to Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico for her appointment. I had consulted several attorneys and they all said the same thing. So I finally decided on going to Servicios Leyva for their help because two friends and one family member had referred them to me and they too hade a great experience and great results. I was very happy with them, their patients etc. They were extremely helpfull throughout the whole process. My wife also needed a waiver and that too was also smooth sailing. My wife was approved in a short amount of time. I could not be happier! I really thought it was going to be a horrible experience especially since a co-worker of mine did not have a very good experience with an attorney he used and paid thousands and thousands for a bad result. Who knows what acutally happened; from what my friend's wife tells me, the consulate found something in his past that affected the outcome. Thank God nothing like that happened to me and my wife. She is back in the United States wiith me and our two children. Life seems back to normal but with one major difference, my wife is now a Legal Permanent Resident and she too one day will be a Citizen like me and our two children. All thanks to Servicios Leyva and their great work.
04/12/2013
By: maria.perezmorris
Servicios Leyva
I will forever be in their debt. The staff over there went out of their way to reassure me that my father would not be forced to leave the country. They professionally handle every aspect of the immigration process. I was constantly kept up to date with everything. They made me feel our case was their most important. The best thing out of all of this is that my dad will be there for his grandsons first birth day.
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