Our work process. From start to success
What to expect?
01. Schedule a Consultation
You will confidentially discuss your situation and the different options we can offer to solve your immigration needs. You will come out of the discussion with the action plan, an understanding of the next steps, and an estimate for our services.
The consultation fee will be credited towards your case fee if you decide to hire us – all consultations for our clients are free and unlimited
02. Sign Our Retainer Agreement
We will send you an electronic agreement you can sign online and the invoice. We usually charge 50% of attorney fees upfront and 50% before filing the petition.
03. Complete Our Questionnaire
We will invite you to our case management portal, where you will upload supporting documents and fill out a questionnaire. We will use your answers to prepare the immigration forms.
04. We Prepare Your Petition Package
After preparing immigration forms for your case, we draft the legal argument and compile all your evidence for submission to the USCIS. We will share the petition packet with you for a final review.
05. Sign the Immigration Forms
You can sign the forms in our office or send them by email.
06. We Print and Send Your Package to the USCIS
After, we will email you all USCIS notices relating to your case – Receipt Notice, Fingerprints Appointment Notice, Interview Notice (if any), and Decision Notice.
07. We Monitor the Status of Your Case
We will follow up with the USCIS on your behalf if your case is not reviewed within normal processing times
08. We Attend the Interview with You
The final step is preparing you for the interview. Our attorney can appear at your USCIS Interview in person or by phone / video conference.
09. Congratulations on Your Approval!
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