We would be happy to discuss your specific immigration
situation with you and to see if we can help you. Immigration
is a constantly evolving area of law so we believe
that it is a good idea for all individuals with specific questions to
with an immigration attorney.
You may obtain a consultation with us by telephone or e-mail or by visiting our office in Manhattan. Please start by sending us an e-mail to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to request an appointment for a consultation. You can also call us at 212-279-9020 between 9:30 AM to 6:30 PM. Let us know if your situation is an emergency. Provide us with your contact information, including your home and cellphone numbers and e-mail address.
We reply with a scheduled date and time, along with a consultation sheet that we can e-mail or fax, whichever you prefer. Simply return the sheet with your payment to confirm your scheduled appointment. Advance payment or pre-completed consultation sheet is not required if you visit our office in person.
We are now providing video consultation via Skype. Webcam and microphone are required for this consultation option. Call our office (212-279-9020) for appointment time and for more information.Fees We charge $100 for consultations of 30 minutes or less and additional fees for any post-consult follow-up questions. Also, we may charge a higher rate if you already have a case in process, require us to review documentation, present a particularly complex issue, or are represented by another attorney and need a second opinion.
We are happy to provide you with a quote and to apply our consultation fees to your case should you hire us. Otherwise, we consider these fees a one-time charge for services, with no obligation.
We accept personal checks and all major credit cards (American Express, Mastercard, Visa, and Discover).
Please be advised that a consultation establishes an attorney/client relationship only for the duration of the consultation. You do not become a “client” of the law firm by merely doing a consultation.