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Frequently Asked Questions About Our Services

1Can I have an in-person consultation at your office?
Our consultations are provided over phone, Skype/Video chat, etc. Generally, only established clients who are local to the San Francisco Bay Area will be seen in our office while they have an ongoing case with us. All consultations are handled remotely.
2What cases can I schedule a consultation for?
All consultations begin at $150-$300 depending on the type of case you have and your personal immigration/criminal history. We offer consults only for the following cases: Adjustment of Status, Fiance Visa, VAWA (spousal or parent abuse), DACA, U-Visa (Victim of Crime in the U.S.), Removal of Conditions (I-751 Individual & Joint), Family Petitions, Naturalization, Provisional Waivers, N-600 Certificate of Citizenship, 601 Waivers, and Fraud Interview Preparation & Attendance. If you have already filed a petition with a federal agency or the petitioner and/or beneficiary have any criminal history this requires documents to be provided prior to your scheduled consultation.
3What cases require a paid consultation?
All consultations begin at $150-$300 depending on the type of case. Any case that has already been filed with USCIS or another agency, as well as cases where the applicants have any criminal history, require submission of your documents for the attorney's review prior to your consultation.
4Do you handle Employment Visas?
No, at this time our office does not handle employment immigration matters.
5Do you handle marriage fraud interviews?
Yes, we accompany our clients to marriage fraud interviews and help prepare for them.
6Do you handle Asylum, Deportation Defense, or Representation in Immigration Court?
No. We do not handle Asylum or Deportation/Removal Defense cases, or cases that require legal representation in immigration court. However, we can provide you a referral to legal resources that can help you with this.
7Can you help me immigrate to Canada or another country?
No. We only handle immigration to the United States.
8How much does an Adjustment of Status Case cost?
The typical cost is $4000. This is based on your individual case facts and requirements. You will be quoted with a fee before you sign a retainer with our firm.
9How much does a Fiance(e) Visa Case Cost?
The typical range is $2000 - $2500. This is based on your individual case facts and requirements. You will be quoted with a fee before you sign a retainer with our firm.
10Do you offer hourly rate service?
Our hourly rate is $400 for attorney services and $250 for paralegal services.
11Can I hire you at an hourly rate to review my forms that I filled out myself?
No, we do not offer this service due to liability issues.
12Do you offer payment plans?
Yes we can setup payment plans through automated bank account withdrawals (ACH) or Credit Cards.
13I do not live in the United States, can you help me with my case?
Yes, we are able to take on clients for US Immigration cases from all over the United States and the World without needing to meet with our clients in-person. Our Office is only open to the public.
14Can you do an immigration consultation over video chat / skype?
Yes, we can do a video consultation. We can also do a phone consultation as well.
15Are you licensed to practice immigration in California?
Yes. Immigration law is not restricted by state. Ms. Leiva is a member of the Georgia Bar Association and can practice US Immigration law in all 50 states and US territories as well as handle US Immigration cases for international clients.