FAQ about our immigration services
Do I need an immigration attorney?
Think of immigration cases like filing your taxes– anyone who can read is certainly capable of completing their own taxes, but you may not catch all the tricks and tips to maximize your returns, and you may tear your hair out in the process! In hiring an immigration attorney, the expertise you gain from us is not our ability to read, but our knowledge of the laws and familiarity with the process. We can help smooth the way to minimize the stress and complications that may come with filing your own paperwork and guide you through any bumps on the road. You’ve got someone by your side from the moment you start collecting documents, through the interviews, and until you have a decision in hand.
How much do you charge?
Every person’s case is unique and different. We charge a flat rate depending on your situation and application. With our services, we will support you from the very beginning until you receive a decision regarding your visa, green card, or naturalization certificate. Our services also include preparing you for an interview. Please schedule a consultation to discuss your situation and obtain a quote.
What is a consultation?
A consultation is an opportunity for you to meet the attorney and assess your immigration options. We set aside an hour to learn more about you and to present options to you. We try our best to accommodate your schedule and needs. We offer consultations by phone and by video conference. We believe in providing comprehensive legal services and developing relationships.
I completed my paperwork, can you review it?
The expertise you seek when hiring an immigration attorney is our knowledge of the laws and immigration process, and not our ability to read and complete forms. As such, reviewing completed paperwork takes the same time and expertise required (if not more) as starting a case from the very beginning. What you’re seeking is not, whether the forms look good, but rather whether you are well-represented by your application. I can review your forms, but my fees are the same as starting a case from the beginning.
My visa is going to expire, what should I do?
Do not panic! Depending on your visa and situation, we may be able to renew and/or find a different avenue to reach your immigration goals. Before we go into details about the different options, we need to understand you and your situation more. Please schedule a consultation to discuss your options.
My spouse is engaging in unauthorized employment. How can I get her deported?
Our expertise and specialization are in helping people live and work in the United States legally. We do not assist in the removal of people in the United States.