Different lawyers in different states charge varying amounts based on experience. There is a filing fee in addition ot a legal fee of $680.00
I agree with my colleague that the current filing fees are $680, and that attorney fees vary.
In Atlanta, it typically takes between 5-6 months after filing the application to be interviewed. Good luck, and feel free to contact myself or another qualified attorney to assist you in achieving your goals.
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Fees vary upon your individual circumstances. The government fee is $680. Interviews are generally about 6 months.
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Filing fees are ALWAYS as posted on the USCIS website. Estimated processing times are likewise, ALWAYS, as posted on the USCIS website. Attorney fees vary from attorney to attorney and based on the complexity of the case.
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