Our Legal Fees
We offer free consultations to people looking to hire an immigration lawyer for their case. Otherwise, we charge $200 for informational consultations.
Fair, Flat Rate Fees
The price you pay is all-inclusive for your matter except for government fees and costs like postage and parking. There is no additional cost for calls or emails with me or my office.
A Word About Paralegals and Notario Fraud
Lawyers are more expensive than paralegals and notarios, and some paralegals do a good job of filling forms. But you get more with our office. When you hire me, you’re getting a professionally trained and licensed advocate with an ethical duty to act in your best interest. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve taken on an incomplete or badly handled case from people who told me that their previous “attorney” either died or retired. Those people were tricked by notarios posing as lawyers.
Even if you don’t hire me, ask your attorney for the state they were licensed in and their bar number, then look them up. My California bar number is 299475. Saving a little bit of money up front is not worth the devastating impact of a fraud violating your right to obtain legal status or U.S. citizenship.
Frequently Asked Questions about our legal fees
We take all major credit cards and process payments through LawPay, the most secure payment processor for the legal industry. We also accept cash, personal check, postal money order, and cashier’s checks.
We sometimes offer payment plans, depending on the type of case.
Our prices are competitive with other immigration lawyers in Los Angeles. We calculate our fees based on the time it takes to work on an average case like yours.