Stepsmith Immigration Services Pvt Ltd. ask first, “Please TELL US YOUR STORY! Immigration law applies differently to each individual depending on his/her country of origin, method and date he/she came into the country and personal circumstances. Thus it is paramount you tell us your story; it is only by listening and learning who you are and what you want that we will be able to effectively and successfully represent you.“
When choosing an immigration lawyer it is always best to meet the person who will actually represent you. This is because the attorney needs to prove to you his/her knowledge and you need to assess whether you can trust him/her. You will need to be able to communicate with your attorney whenever you need. Thus it is important to meet face-to-face and establish a relationship of common trust. At Immigration Solutions LLC we first listen to the client and then we offer advise which is best suited for him/her. This is the reason we offer a one-time paid consultation up to 1 hour with an immigration attorney with no further obligation. If you then decide to hire Immigration Solutions LLC the consultation fee is credited towards your case.
Why you should book an Immigration Consultation?
During our first meeting Immigration Solutions’ attorneys assess whether we can help you on the basis of the facts and the documentary evidence you provide. We consider your initial consultation to be a clinical examination. This meeting allows us to get acquainted and to determine the basic nature of your immigration problem. During your immigration consultation, we will:
* Review the details of your immigration situation thoroughly;
* Answer all the questions that you may have about your immigration case;
* List and explain all immigration benefits for which you may qualify and the likelihood of success on the merits; and Assist you in planning an immigration strategy for success.
* Consultation Does NOT establish an Attorney-Client Relationship.
Although, it would be a great honor and privilege to represent you, a consultation does not create either an Attorney-Client relationship or any obligation to provide any services other than the consultation itself.