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What Can an Immigration Lawyer Do for You?

If you wish to enter into the U.S. as an immigrant or temporary worker, you should consider hiring an immigration lawyer. Immigration lawyers are invaluable in terms of protecting your rights and reducing the risk of deportation, or violating immigration laws.

An immigration lawyer can help you determine which visa you best qualify for. Applying for the right visa from the start can dramatically improve the immigration process from the very start. An immigration lawyer can help you fill out and file all required forms and applications within a timely manner. Should any further documentation be required, your immigration attorney can assist you with those issues as well.

An immigration lawyer can also guide you through the process of extending your visa, or applying for a different type of visa should your needs change. Of course, your attorney will represent you in court as needed, should any issues arise.

How Much Does an Immigration Lawyer Cost?

An immigration lawyer will cost different amounts based on the location in which the attorney practices immigration law. Many immigration lawyers charge their fees upfront, because United States immigration laws actually require applicants to pay considerable filing fees before they can process many of the applications required.

An immigration lawyer typically charges an average of $150 and $300 per hour. A consultation fee between $75 and $150 is often charged for an initial meeting lasting one hour. If you require assistance for filing basic immigration forms, you should expect to pay between $250 and $800. For New York specifically, an immigration lawyer will cost between $500 and $5,000, depending on the type of visa needed and how much additional representation will be required.

It is important to note that many immigration lawyers work on a pro bono basis. Additionally, there are associated costs levied by the USCIS, or United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.

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