Thank you for contacting us! We appreciate your interest in our immigration services. We want to help you on your immigration journey toward your American dream. The first step is to schedule a consultation with an immigration attorney to determine the best options for you.
Watch this video to learn why you need a consultation with an immigration attorney.
Why You Need a Consultation with an Immigration Attorney
World One Law Group needs to understand your circumstances before we can give you legal advice
Immigration law is complicated. Our attorneys need to gather detailed facts about your immigration history, criminal issues, family relationships, and other information before we can determine the best strategy for your case. The first step in your immigration journey is scheduling a consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.
To schedule a consultation for an immigration attorney for the United States, just fill out the information in the form below. We will contact you by both email and text message. We will send you a link by email and text message allowing you to schedule an appointment with an immigration attorney who handles your type of case.
We generally provide consultations over the phone or over Zoom or Teams video conference from Monday through Friday, between 10 am and 6 pm. During the consultation, our attorneys will review your individual circumstances, answer your questions, and advise regarding your best immigration strategy during the consultation. If we can help you in your immigration case, we will also provide a quote for the legal and filing fees for your service.
The consultation fee is $250 and by appointment only. This consultation fee will be applied toward the payment of your legal fees if you choose to hire us as your immigration lawyer.
You can also complete this information if you would like more information about immigration to the United States. We will add you to our newsletter so you get clear, concise information about the US immigration system such as family petitions, work visas, humanitarian applications, and changes to US immigration law and policy.