Remit $100 to PH, get free immigration law advice
SAN FRANCISCO—First-time customers who send money to the Philippines from now until August 15 through Xoom, a leading digital money transfer provider, can schedule a free US immigration law consultation with Tancinco Law Offices, a professional law corporation based here.
Filipino customers can visit https://www.xoom.com/law, click the designated link, and then send their money transfer of $100 or more to the Philippines. Xoom will e-mail the customer a code (usually within one hour after the transaction is complete), along with information on how to schedule one free US immigration law consultation with Tancinco Law Offices.
A consultation is up to 30 minutes long and can be done via phone, Skype or in person at Tancinco’s San Francisco location. Consultations must be scheduled by Sept. 30, 2013, and completed by Dec. 31, 2013.
“We are excited to offer customers a free US immigration law consultation, as a means to discover how convenient, safe and fast it is to send money home with Xoom,” says Julian King, senior vice president of marketing and corporate development. “Tancinco is an established full-service law firm specializing in immigration law for the Filipino community in the United States.”
Xoom is a digital money transfer provider that lets clients send money using a smartphone, tablet or computer. During the 12 months ended March 31, 2013, Xoom’s more than 840,000 active customers sent more than $3.6 billion to families and friends in 30 countries worldwide. The company is headquartered in San Francisco and can be found online at www.xoom.com.
Tancinco Law Offices (TLO) is a professional law corporation based in San Francisco, California, with satellite offices located in Vallejo, California, and Makati, Philippines. Established in 1992, TLO is a full service law firm assisting clients in their business and immigration matters.
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