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03/16/2015
By: hiromi y.
David Piver Esquire
I cannot thank Mr. Piver enough for what he has done for me. My case was very complicated, there were issues after issues with each petition I filled...but he was able to straighten them out every time. This was very tough journey for me, I broke down in tears when my permanent residency finally got approved...he was always there to give me professional advice and his advice always worked in my favor. I am glad to be able to have him as my lawyer. Today, I am a permanent resident of this country and soon I will be able to file for citizenship. I do not think he's super expensive compared to some other lawyers that I consulted with, his price is fair. Everybody at his office is very nice, friendly and professional. I am very satisfied with his service.
01/16/2014
By: Sam W.
David Piver Esquire
scamer, will get as much money as possible and you will get nothing , will only call you to make you pay and then will not do the job
10/19/2012
By: david0000
David Piver Esquire
I do not how to really describe that person David Piver. Scam artist or sleazy? He is the most mean lawyer I dealt with. Lost all of my 4 cases. Never give him an asylum case, he will lose it for sure. Never show him your bank account. He used to call me to his office just to take money. On one case I used to call his office everyday with no response. His receptionist used to make laugh at my desperate voice over the phone. He will take the money then through you to a paralegal who in turn will make a list of the documents you have to write (yes you will do all the work and just gave them the money). Overall, he scammed me and my family of 8000$. He lost all the cases, and I had to return to my country. The worst part is when one judge scolded him for not preparing the documents correctly. It turned out that immigration personal are familiar with him, they know he always lose and they do not like him. Check his cases and you find that he loses the cases and he has very low success rate
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