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I paid 500 dollar to an immigration attorney to help me with Deffered action was that a reasonable price?

Greensboro, NC |

I haven't submitted my documents to my attorney yet, and i dont know when my attorney said she will email me and contact me to get ready but was the price she charged me with reasonable? I've been here since i was 3 and hopefully i'll get granted I'm tired of doing backbreaking jobs for a slave wage.

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From what I know (I do not know everything), $500 is on the lowest range of the attorney fees. You decide whether that is a good thing or not.

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These applications are not that complicated for straight shot cases. While each attorney sets his/her own fees based on experience, time and location, I think $500 is more than a reasonable fee.

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It appears to be a very reasonable price ... depending on the facts of your case.

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Depends on your facts and whether or not there is a clause for an interview attendance. That's the same price range for office for DACA applicants who have certain facts and circumstances.

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