Public Service Announcements

In 2012, as part of our Immigrant Consumer Justice Campaign (ICJC), NICE members developed two PSAs to educate other immigrants about consumer fraud.


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"Fraude en Servicios de Inmigracion" Immigration service providers (ISPs) are businesses or individuals that provide clerical, non-lawyer services related to immigration processes, such as translation, taking photographs, arranging medical appointments, and assisting with immigration forms. ISPs are not lawyers and are specifically prohibited from advertising as lawyers or providing legal advice. However, ISPs use misleading signage and do not adequately post their credentials, confusing consumers about who is qualified to give them legal advice and who is not. In addition, ISPs falsely guarantee success to consumers, fail to provide contracts, and do not inform consumers about fees for services. "Fraude en Servicios de Inmigracion" warns immigrant consumers about these unscrupulous practices and provides tips for how you can protect yourself from fraudulent ISPs.


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"Proteje tus Derechos Como Consumidor" "Proteje tus Derechos Como Consumidor" warns immigrant consumers about commonplace predatory and fraudulent business practices in the community and offers tips and advice on how you can protect yourself.