A person may not engage in an activity of an immigration consultant for compensation unless the person is either exempt under Utah Code Ann. §§ 13-49-201 (1)(b) or registered with the Division under §§ 13-49-201(1)(a).
Frequently Asked Questions
- completing a document provided by a federal or state agency, but not advising a person as to the person's answers on the document;
- translating a person's answer to a question posed in a document provided by a federal or state agency;
- securing for a person supporting documents, such as a birth certificate, that may be necessary to complete a document provided by a federal or state agency;
- submitting a completed document on a person's behalf and at the person's request to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services; and
- referring a person who could undertake legal representation activities in an immigration matter.
The agent for service of process is also known as the registered agent. The immigration consultant can accept service of process.
Or the agent can be an individual who resides in Utah or a corporation designated to accept any legal documents that may be served upon the immigration consultant in Utah. If a corporation is designated as the agent, provide the business or residence address in Utah. Please do not enter "in care of" (c/o), or abbreviate the name of the city.