Asked 3 months ago - Lake Wales, FLFlag
shes a corporate attorney,shes been vacationing the us 2 to 3 times a yr for 13 yrs.I have a robbery 2nd from 2005 in N.Y.,will this effect anything?
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Each attorney charges different amounts for their services. The amount of legal fees is obviously important but you should also weigh an attorney's acumen, experience, ability to communicate and responsiveness. Robbery is of concern and especially depending on the victim. It may trigger an Adam Walsh Act inquiry by CIS.
I agree, but the fees may depend upon how the USCIS handles the K-1 or whether you decide that other strategies make sense. I strongly recommend that you schedule an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney, who will take the time to carefully review the situation. Most attorneys in this area will apply any appointment fee to the fee that they charge.
In most situations, a more experienced immigration should be able to ultimately save you both aggravation and/or money. Good luck.
Attorneys are permitted to set their own fees. Most attorneys set the fees based on the circumstances in the matter. The CIS and Department of State have filing fees which are also required in this type of case. The CIS and department of state filing fees are the same regardless of the attorney.
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