Terms of Use & Privacy Policy

Including Legal Services Agreement for Clients 

This website (the “Site”) is owned and managed by JLynn Corp. d/b/a Law Office of Michael J. McCarroll.  By using the Site, you affirm that you are over 18 years of age and agree to follow and be bound by these terms of use (the “Terms of Use”).  In these Terms of Use, the words “you” and “your” refer to each customer, Site visitor, client (if applicable, and as described below), “we”, “us” , “our”, “the firm” , “attorney” and “lawyer” refer to JLynn Corp. and “Services” refers to all services, software applications, materials, documents generated and content provided by us through your use of the Site.

It is your responsibility to review these Terms of Use periodically. If at any time you find these Terms of Use unacceptable or if you do not agree to these Terms of Use, please do not use this Site.


All registered users agree to read https://LegalResident.com/case-examples before or immediately after logging into their account for the first time. This page contains critical information for persons seeking to file a marriage-based adjustment of status case.


Registering on the website does not create an attorney-client relationship. We cannot give legal advice until you are a paid client. In no case will you rely on information on our website (or content found through links on our website) as legal advice; it is only educational information that may be out of date or incorrect. It is not tailored to your particular situation, and is not legal advice.


Until if and when an attorney-client relationship is established through payment, and acceptance of the case by the attorney through upgrading your account on this Site, basic registered users with trial accounts are prospective clients only, and we will be bound by our duties of confidentiality and other duties as described under CRPC 1.18 (Duties to Perspective Clients). We will not view, download or maintain your information in a client file until if and when an attorney-client relationship is established. We may disable or delete your user account and information at any time, without reason or notice to you. If your account has been disabled as a security measure, we may be able to reactivate the account. If your account is deleted, your information will be lost forever. You are responsible for keeping backup notes of your information for your future use and cannot rely on our website to maintain this information for you.


Unless you have been provided a separate written legal services agreement, if you become a client of firm through payment and acceptance of the case by the attorney and upgrading your account on this Site, your legal services agreement is as follows:

We are not acting as your counsel with respect to this agreement. If you wish to be advised on whether you should enter into this agreement, we recommend you consult with independent counsel of your choice.


Either party may terminate the representation at any time, subject to the attorney’s obligations under the Rules of Professional Conduct and the approval of the court if the matter is in litigation.  Unless previously terminated, our representation will terminate upon completion of the services contemplated, which are limited to the following: marriage-based adjustment of status case before USCIS.  Appeals and subsequent hearings are not included. Motions to reopen or reconsider decisions are not included.  Removal proceedings are not included. Refillings are not included.

For all cases, legal representation shall be limited to exclude the following services:

  • The attorney will not attend any USCIS interviews.
  • The attorney will not change your address with USCIS. Warning! You are required to update USCIS of a change in address within 10 days of change. To change your address, visit:  https://legalresident.com/change-address-with-uscis/
  • Waivers of inadmissibility are not included.  If USCIS determines that the immigrant is inadmissible to the United States,  a separate agreement and additional legal fees will be required for waiver representation.

Since the above services are expressly excluded, you have chosen “limited scope” legal services to save money.  We believe this is reasonable, however, we are required to disclose to you that in extreme cases, your case could be denied, you may be deported and/ or you could self-incriminate yourself as a result of receiving only “limited scope” legal services.

You are never required to speak with immigration officials if you believe that you may self-incriminate yourself. However, this may result in them not approving the immigration case and the removal of the immigrant.

Legal fees are set by the date of hire or upgrade.  Legal fees are currently $1,500 with a $100 discount available for a one-time payment.  If you elect to make a deposit payment of $750, you will owe 5 additional monthly payments of $150 beginning one month after your deposit is made.   If there are no corresponding days in the month in which the payment would normally be due, your payment date may be advanced to the last day of the month (for example, if your payment is normally on the 30th of every month, it would be charged on the 28th or 29th in February).   Time if of the essence.  If you fail to make all payments on the due date, the attorney may immediately withdraw from your case and discontinue representation.

If you pay the deposit with a credit card, you agree that we may automatically charge the same card every month on the due date until you have paid in full.

Unearned funds are deposited in Law Firm’s Colorado Lawyer Trust Account Foundation (COLTAF) bank account. If the representation is terminated or suspended before the conclusion of the matter(s) – for any reason, including but not limited to, when the entire scope of representation described above is not required or if the attorney dies, becomes incapacitated or is suspended from the practice of law or disbarred – the payor will receive the entire flat fee amount paid minus earned fees.  Fees are earned as follows: The entire amount is earned on the date of payment for a technology consultation wherein the attorney configures your account and opens your client file, explains how to use the Site as an upgraded user, provides you with access to the firm’s intellectual property in the form of checklists and other documents, and becomes immediately available to you for ongoing support.

If the fees are being paid by a third party, our ethical duties of confidentiality and communications are owed to the clients, not to the person paying the fees. All decisions regarding the legal status and strategy of the case shall be discussed only with the clients unless the clients give permission. Any refund shall be returned to the party who provided the funds.

In addition to attorney’s fees, you agree to pay for any expenses related to your case.  The following are some anticipated costs for which you will be responsible:

Filing Fees: $1,760

Medical Examination of Immigrant: Approx. $300-$500

It is expressly understood that other costs may apply as your case continues to be processed.

We cannot effectively represent you without your cooperation and assistance. You agree to cooperate fully with us and to provide promptly all information known or available to you that is relevant to our representation.

You agree to keep us advised of your current contact information (e.g., mailing address, residential address, email address, and all current telephone numbers) at all times, and agree to maintain open lines of communication with us. Failure to do so will authorize us to withdraw from any further representation.

It is expected that you act quickly to assist us prepare your case. If more than three months have passed since you have hired us, and you still have not provided us with all of the necessary information and items to file your case (including filing fees), your client file will be closed and we will not take any further action to represent you or apprise you of changes in the law affecting your legal situation until if and when everything is provided. Your user account may be locked or deleted for security purposes. Keep in mind that we may require one or more weeks to prepare your case after we receive all items from you.

Documents and images uploaded to this Site are not included in the client file until if and when the attorney selects them to be used.  Unused digital files are not retained by the firm.  Therefore, you should keep copies for your future use.  You cannot rely on the attorney to keep copies of them for you on this Site.

Please do not travel outside of the United States without first contacting us. This could cause you very serious legal consequences. Even if you receive a travel document or other written permission to travel outside of the United States, you must first contact us so that we can assess your situation immediately prior to booking your travel. You are not guaranteed reentry to the United States under any circumstances.


We have taken precautions to protect the security of user accounts. However,  no website is 100% secure, just as no building is 100% secure.  To help keep your data protected, you should not to use our Site over a shared Wifi connection or on a public or shared computer.  You must manually log out of the Site with two clicks and close the browser windows (this is the only way to effectively log out).  You should use a strong and secure password and protect the integrity of your email account for password resets.  If you are a free trial user, you should delete your account after use, so that your information is further protected.

All users are eligible to use two-factor authentication as an extra layer of security. To request that your account be configured for two-factor authentication, please contact us. 

This Site may periodically provide links to third-party websites (“Third-Party Sites”). Our decision to link to a Third-Party Site is not an endorsement of the content or services in that linked Third-Party Site. We have only conducted a very cursory review of of Third-Party Sites, and the accuracy of the information and safety of any products or services available on the Third-Party Sites is not something we can guarantee. Prior to reading or using any Third-Party Site, you agree to review the separate terms of use, privacy policies and other rules posted on Third-Party Sites and make your own independent determination whether to use the Third-Party Site. Use of Third-Party Sites is not required of prospective clients or clients of the law firm.


We use “cookies” on this site and all affiliate sites owned by us. A cookie is a piece of data stored on a site visitor’s hard drive to help us improve your access to our site and identify repeat visitors to our site. For instance, when we use a cookie to identify you, you would not have to log in a password more than once, thereby saving time while on our site. Cookies can also enable us to track and target the interests of our users to enhance the experience on our site. Usage of a cookie is in no way linked to any personally identifiable information volunteered on our site.

Our website uses Google’s remarketing technology. This allows us to display relevant ads based on what pages on the website you have viewed. The advertising will be displayed using cookies. This cookie doesn’t record any personal information or identify you personally.

If you would prefer to not receive any targeted advertising, you can deactivate the use of cookies for these purposes through Google.

Google has its own independent data protection policy which can be accessed here https://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/.

We may from time to time use Facebook Advertising, Facebook Pixel Re-Marketing, and communications. This tool allows us to understand and deliver ads and make them more relevant to you. The collected data remains anonymous and we cannot see the personal data of any individual user.

However, the collected data is saved and processed by Facebook. Facebook may be able to connect the data with your Facebook account and use the data for their own advertising purposes (in accordance with Facebook’s Data Use Policy found under: https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/). Facebook has ultimate control of the information gathered through Facebook Advertising, Facebook Pixel Re-Marketing, and communications. You can opt-out of Facebook’s use of cookies and Facebook Pixel Re-Marketing through settings on your Facebook Account.

If you opt into our mailing list at registration, you will occasionally receive news and updates from us regarding family immigration law.  We also may use the mailing list for remarking through Google, Facebook and other advertising platforms.  You can opt out of the mailing list at any time through the “Unsubscribe” link in the emails or by contacting us.

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Updated 11/21/2020