Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Appointments are necessary for all consultations and visits. An appointment can be scheduled with the receptionist.
You must bring your ID and any documents you have related to your immigration case. Additionally, if there is any prior arrests or convictions, please come with a copy of the complaint and/or Certificate of Disposition.
Yes. If your friend or family member is detained, it would be helpful to have their “A” Number that is assigned to them by Immigration, as well as their date of birth.
Every case is fact-specific. Rest assured that you will be informed as to which documents and information are necessary throughout every step of the process.
One hundred percent of our practice is dedicated to immigration cases. We focus strictly on immigration laws and keep well-informed on these laws which are constantly changing.
Yes. We have a wealth of resources we can refer clients to for any other legal need. In addition, we consult with other attorneys to advise them of immigration consequences that may happen to clients who have other types of legal matters.
Yes. Payment plans may be discussed at the consultation and will be specified in the Retainer Agreement.