Online Research vs. Immigration Strategy Tailored to Your Needs
Online research about U.S. immigration is fast and free. It also points you in multiple directions at the same time. Figuring out the exact path to take that’s best for you calls for legal advice that is tailored to your unique situation. You need an Immigration Plan that will ensure you achieve your goals. The way to get your personalized Immigration Strategy is through a consultation with an Immigration Attorney.
Benefits You Receive through a Consultation with an Immigration Attorney
Set up a consultation to speak with one of our immigration attorneys by phone, video, or in-person at our office in Portland, Oregon. We will pair you with an attorney who is an expert with your type of immigration case (business, family, or removal defense).
At the consultation, we will first learn the facts about your case and then we can give you specific guidance on what to do. We will let you know your options and the precise steps required for you to receive a visa, green card, or citizenship – whatever it is you are targeting. We will also provide you an exact, flat-fee quote to represent you through the process as your attorney.
While the U.S. government does not require you to hire an immigration attorney, our clients have repeatedly found that the investment is worth it because (among other benefits) we help ensure you receive work authorization as quickly as possible. One month of missed work due to USCIS or NVC delays usually exceeds the cost of hiring an attorney.
“But I just have one quick question”
Immigration law firms are regularly asked if an attorney can simply answer “one quick question” from someone who is not a client. However, it is simply impossible for an immigration attorney to provide quality legal advice to someone without first learning that person’s immigration history. It is very similar to someone calling up a medical doctor’s office and asking, “Can you just quickly tell me if it’s ok for me to take this new vaccine?” It is actually illegal and is malpractice for doctors or lawyers to provide advice without first learning a person’s background. You deserve absolutely correct legal advice and we are committed to providing it to you.