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Re: Recommendations for an immigration lawyer in geneva?

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Thanks for replying. I will not mind to pay on after that as long as it isn't expensive. I am so depressed. Please kindly share a contact of a good lawyer if you have information about it.
Are you aware about the actual law https://www.admin.ch/opc/en/classifi...232/index.html , ordinances https://www.admin.ch/opc/fr/classifi...lation/14.html, and the SEM directives https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/fr/home...erbereich.html ?
Can you read Fench or one of the other official languages?

It is a waste of money if you are looking for a lawyer which explains you nothing more than the law. There are other and better source of information and help for that.

See for example OP:
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Right now, the only argument with the OCP is about the meaning of 2 words in a set of directives for implementing a federal law.
The equivalents of those two words (with the meaning the examiner at the OCP ascribes to them) aren't even present in the German and Italian versions of the directives - as it concerns a federal law, those should be equivalent and have equal weight. It should be obvious that the meaning is not as the OCP is claiming.
They nailed it down to two simple words. In a directive which is open to challenge. Are you there yet?
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