I was deported in 2002 but reenter the country illegaly and never leave again . Can I take advantege of the deferred action ?
Good question, some attorneys think that, if you reentered before 6/15/2007 you can get deferred action, but will have a big bar to getting a greencard in the future. Others have an opposite opinion. The program is too new to say for sure.
I suggest NOT filing or a while.
As for fees, in all honesty, since we're not allowed by ethical rules and in some states anti-trust laws, we don't discuss fees with each other, much less the public.
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You should have an attorney review your case. If that attorney decides they will take the case they fees will be discussed between you both.
You need to speak privately with an attorney before you apply. You can compare fees and differences in opinion by consulting with at least two or three before selecting one.
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Whatever we charge is too little for what we are putting ourselves through with this one..
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in austin i would charge about $3,000 go see rick fernandez in dallas a great attorney.
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