Charity Anderson Law
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Hired 2 times
13 years in business
Still working my case, I still have to submit my paperwork to her.Mar 10, 2020VerifiedCharity Anderson Law's reply
Thanks for the great review Christopher. I look forward to continuing the process.
I warn anyone from dealing with this person. Very aggravating in her tone and not very responsive. I wasted over a year with this person and will now start from scratch. Oh and also after I had paid her in full, she now claims I still owe her money. I believe there’s another review that’s similar to mine. STAY AWAY, for the sake of your time and money.Apr 30, 2020VerifiedCharity Anderson Law's reply
Shereef, You retained my services on February 17, 2019. On February 17, 2019, I provided you with a list of required documents that we would need to submit in our applications package. Towards the end of December 2019, ten months later, you mailed one affidavit. After the holidays, I emailed you asking if you had sent another package. At that point, you were angry that you did not hear from me over Christmas. As I explained then, I do not work over the holidays. That is time spent with my family. You wrote that you did not know what to send. I, again, referred you to the list. I also sent you a copy of the list. I asked if you had any questions. I did not hear from you again until February 6 -a month later and a year after I was retained. In that email, you said that you were almost done with the package. You asked what an I-94 was and I answered immediately. I did not hear from you again until March 6 - another month later. It had been over a year since I was retained and you still had not sent the package of required evidence. As I explained, many times, we can not submit the applications without you signing the applications and we could not submit the applications without you sending the required evidence. There is no application package to submit without the contents of the application package. You then mailed a second package. After this, there was a gap in communication, on my end, until April 10th. I apologized and explained that I had been very ill for weeks and that, as I recovered, my young child became ill. You accused me of fabricating our illnesses. In all capital letters you wrote: YOU ARE AMKING THINGS UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I reviewed your second application package. Unfortunately, you still had not sent the signed applications. Nor had you sent all of the required evidence. For instance, you included no pictures of the two of you. You also failed to send the filing fees. As I explained, many times, there are USCIS filing fees. They are not paid to my practice. They are not paid to me. They are paid to USCIS. I do not have the power to waive fees imposed by the federal government. The fact that you are responsible for your own filing fees is clearly listed in the Agreement of Representation. It is on the very first page. It is in bold print. I also reminded you, on December 10th, before you sent your first package, that you must include payment for the filing fees. I am uncertain as to how you could allege, in April of 2020 that you did not know that you had to pay your own filing fees. We had discussed this more than once and, again, it is listed on the very first page of the signed Agreement of Representation and it is in bold print. As you demanded, in all caps with a great many exclamation points, I have returned your file. Take care, Charity Anderson, Esq.
License Type: Attorney (NY)
Charity Anderson, Esq.
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Services are provided at a flat fee so that the client knows what to expect upfront. PayPal is the only form of payment that is accepted. Payment arrangements are available with 50% down.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I practice remotely. Most matters are handled via email. Phone, fax and postal mail are utilized when appropriate. There is no need to schedule and keep a physical appointment.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Ms. Anderson has an associates degree in Criminal Justice; a bachelors degree in Criminal Justice and a bachelors degree in Political Science. Ms. Anderson has a doctorate degree in (law) jurisprudence. Ms. Anderson has over a decades worth of experience representing clients in the field of law. She has handled complex cases in the fields of criminal law; family law; matrimonial law and immigration law.