Contacting an attorney

The sooner you seek legal advice, the easier it will be to prepare a strong case in your favor, whatever the charges or circumstances of your situation. Often times, you also have to allow time for your attorney to review the case, conduct relevant research, and prepare application material.

Be open and honest. Your attorney can only help you insofar as you help him or her understand your case.

Ask questions and make sure you get answers. You should know what to expect walking in to legal proceedings, from attorney fees, to administrative processing times, and court procedures.

We invite you to contact us with specific questions, and encourage you to obtain as much information as possible regarding your immigration situation. The following are some helpful links:

PERM/Labor Certification Processing Times
Immigration Case Status for cases processed by Citizenship and Immigration Services
US Embassy for information on consular processing of applications throughout the world
Infopass for scheduling an in-person appointment with an immigration officer at a local CIS office
Visa Bulletin for obtaining immigrant visa priority dates and Diversity Lottery information
Immigration Forms
Citizenship and Immigration Memoranda
Immigration court, including automated case status phone contact
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
Immigration court story

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