USCIS filing fees will differ depending on whether you undergo Consular Processing or AOS (Adjustment of Status). If you already have a Green Card but it's expired, you'd need to file an I-90 along with filing fees in the amount of $450 ($365 for processing fee; $85 for biometrics). As for what an attorney will charge you, it depends on the attorney.
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we can't discuss legal fees on the forum. Also every attorney has their own prices depending on years of experience and type of services being provided. Filing fees are available on uscis.gov
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The fee differs from attorney to attorney. The best way is to call a specific attorney to discuss you case.
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Depends on the attorney and the complexity of the case.
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