It is not appropriate to quote fees here. It would serve you best to have a comprehensive consultation with an immigration lawyer. Make sure to bring a certified disposition of your case. You can obtain this from the courthouse.
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Yes. Hire an immigration attorney. A good one.
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I agree with my colleagues.You should hire an immigration attorney.
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I recommend that you and you fiancé speak to a qualified immigration attorney before you file any applications with immigration. There are many good immigration attorneys in Kansas City. You can search for immigration attorneys at http://www.ailalawyer.com/. Good luck!
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