Consult Us2023-03-31T15:07:17+00:00

Consult Us


If you are a non immigrant and have been laid off, or a victim of domestic violence, or travel related health emergency, please schedule a free 30 minute consultation

How do I pay using Paypal?2019-02-01T17:47:03+00:00

Please choose the amount and click on the Paynow button.  You will be directed to Paypal page where you can enter your e-mail address if you have an account or click on Pay with debit card or credit card where you can enter your card information and process the payment.

Is Paypal Safe?2019-02-01T17:34:20+00:00

We use Paypal to process all credit card and debit card transactions.  Paypal is safe and they have a FAQ that answers this question.

What if I cannot come to your office for Consultation?2018-02-09T17:34:59+00:00

We do offer telephone consultations. You need not come to our office, unless you choose otherwise.

Is there a time limit for Consultation?2021-07-07T20:25:51+00:00

The consultation can be up to half hour with a flat fee of $225.00.

I see on the drop-down menu there is a fee of $350.00. What is that for?2019-09-25T15:53:25+00:00

That is the fee we charge when the Attorney is requested to review certain documents and offer opinion on them.

Why are there odd amounts for Professional Fees?2018-02-09T17:34:14+00:00

We charge a flat fee for Professional Fees, however, to offer you the convenience of paying online, we are charged a service fee by Paypal which is added to the Professional fees. You can avoid this and pay us by check if you prefer. Please call us to discuss your payment options.

How can I send documents for review?2018-02-09T17:33:35+00:00

Please contact us by phone or e-mail or by the form here and we will provide you with the details to upload your documents in a secure way.

What are the filing fees for various cases?2018-03-02T19:54:33+00:00

The filing fees for petitions keep changing from time to time. Filing Fee information can be readily obtained from the Service’s website at

What is the “Next Step” in my case?2018-03-02T19:54:18+00:00

The “Next Step” always differs from case to case. However, as a general rule, nonimmigrant visas are either approved or denied based on the initial filing. Our office will inform you when we receive case status information from the Service. Green Card cases are different.


We’re here to help answer your questions.

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