What should I expect when I hire your law firm?
- Posted by Akiko Yamada, Esq.
- On April 21, 2022
- 0 Comments
We will start to work on your case as your legal counsel once you sign an engagement letter that stipulates terms and conditions for hiring our firm. We will explain the steps we take for your immigration matters, request your information and documents required for the visa/green card application or any other immigration process, draft an application letter, research relevant case laws, ask you follow up questions if any, gather evidential documents, and create an application package to file. At the final preparation stage, we request for filing fees and signatures on the relevant Form. After filing the application, we will notify you of the receipt notice issued by USCIS. If applicable, we also handle responses to requests for evidence (RFE) and notices of intent to deny (NOID) issued by USCIS subsequent to the immigration applications. We will keep you updated on your case status, and promptly notify you of the decision rendered by USCIS/U.S. embassy or consulate.