There are multiple options for Consultation:
- In-office (Orlando)
- In-office (Fort Lauderdale / Miami)
- WhatsApp / Facebook Messenger
- Video / Zoom / Google Meet / Skype
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WHY A CONSULTATION
A consultation is the appropriate medium for obtaining legal/immigration advice and information from a lawyer. The best lawyers, by that I mean a licensed experienced lawyer in any field of law, use the consultation to get a full understanding of the relevant facts, which is critical for proper advice and help. I ask questions during the consultation and listen attentively to you. Because of attorney-client privilege and confidentiality, whatever you say to me in the consultation is confidential and privilege and is protected by law in the United States, and most other countries. Hence, it is always beneficial to seek advice in a consultation. Immigration/Visa advice or information outside a consultation is general at best; oftentimes, the advice is not accurate. Relevant facts matters in U.S. Immigration/Visa law.
INSTRUCTIONS AFTER SCHEDULING
Please note that you must call my office at the scheduled time for your consultation. If you are outside the United States (and for only those outside the United States) you may call for your scheduled consultation on WhatsApp. You can start a WhatsApp conversation here. https://wa.me/message/DTQCHNPQTO6YL1
WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE CONSULTATION?
The consultation is the medium in which I, like most lawyers, obtain relevant information for proper advice and help. So, I will be asking questions to you to identify the issues involve, and to determine if and how I am able to help. You will be able to ask me any questions you may have. Remember, I can answer questions, not concerns, so I would expect you to put your concerns to me in the form of a question and I will do my best to answer you fully.
Because immigration advice equally depends on the facts—your background and/or experiences, as evidenced in documents, I may have to request prior immigration and/or criminal records to have a clear understanding of your situation and eligibility. I charge separately to review those documents.
At the end of your consultation, you will be quoted an engagement fee in the event you choose to hire me and my firm to handle your matter. I will also explain my unique fee options. So that you may plan accordingly, please know that most consultations (Telephone, Video, or In-office) is about fifteen (15) to thirty (30) minutes. You are encouraged to take the time that you need to be sure all your questions are answered and that you understand the various options, if any, available to you. Further, I recommend writing down all your questions so that you ask all your questions at the consultation. Having a note pad, pen, laptop, or any alternative note taking tools to document the information received for your future reference and personal records, is also recommended.