It is not the amount of money that is truly important in this case, it is a necessity to select the right attorney for this particular project, who is diligent, competent and professional.
I suggest meeting with an immigration counselor in Columbia, South Carolina to discuss the case on hand in minute detail. At that time, you will have a better idea of the fee range.
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It is confusing in that you say that you are having a baby yet you are in a virtual relationship with him for two years. how can this be his baby?
fiance visa requires that you have met with him within the last two years. If visa is issued then he comes to US and you marry him within 90 days, then he files to adjust his status for green card.
USCIS has its fees and a lawyer has his/her fees. Lawyers charge different fees, there is no set fee.