Filing fees are as posted on the USCIS website. Attorney fees vary from attorney to attorney, and on the complexity of the case.
J Charles Ferrari
Eng & Nishimura
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As Mr. Schmidt stated, the filing fee for the I-130 itself is $420. Are you interested in adjusting your wife's status concurrently? If so, there will be an additional filing fee for the I-485. I agree with the attorneys above- attorney's fees typically vary depending on the particular circumstances involved in your case. At my office (The McKellar Law Firm), the attorney's fee includes services in addition to completing your forms- services such as researching current law and procedures, keeping you informed of any potential difficulties that may arise in your case, notifying you of any requests for information, and periodically following up with USCIS on your behalf. Feel free to contact The McKellar Law Firm at (865) 566-0125 for a free consultation regarding your case.