What kinds of questions can I ask during my consultation?
You may ask anything related to your immigration status, including questions about a specific process, document or form, or about the meaning of specific terms or phrases. You may ask for advice, insight into possible outcomes, and the best way for you to proceed based on your circumstances. Phone consultations also allow you to get a second opinion about your immigration case, which is often very valuable in a field as complex as law.
Before you speak with one of our attorneys, we recommend that you prepare any questions that you may already have. This is because your consultation will be brief but adequate in length (they are usually between 30 and 45 minutes), and we want to assist you as best we can with that time.
The more prepared you are, the better we’ll be able to help you with your case. We encourage you to do some of your own research in our knowledge base,
so you can educate yourself about our practice areas, and maybe even find the answers to some of your questions.
The most common questions we get have to do with cost and time. How much will I have to pay? How long will this take?
We’ll address both of these concerns in your consultation, as well as answer other questions. The primary goal of the consultation is to help you decide if we are the right fit for your immigration needs. Keep in mind, if you decide to retain us as your attorneys, we will apply the paid $150 dollar phone consultation fee towards the overall price of your representation.
Remember, you only have a small window of time during the consultation, so make sure to prepare yourself as much as you can, and have your questions ready to ask the attorney.