CLEVELAND IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY – ATTORNEY’S FEES
|CASE TYPE||ATTORNEY FEES|
|Attorney Hourly charge (non-litigation)||$250|
|Attorney Hourly charge (Litigation)||$275|
|Marriage based package for Green Card||$3,000|
|Green Card package for a parent||$2500|
|Petition for spouse or fiancé||$1,900|
|Adjustment of Status (I-485 Application)||$2,000|
|Hardship or Fraud Waiver||$5,000|
|Affidavit of Support (Form I-864)||$700|
|Green Card Replacement||$750|
|Labor Certification (PERM)||$5,000|
|National Interest Waiver||$5,500|
|Aliens with Extraordinary Ability||$5,500|
|Outstanding Professors and Researches||$5,500|
|Multinational Executives and Managers||$5,500|
|EB-5 (I-526 Direct Investment)||$22,500|
|EB-5 (I-526 Regional Center)||$14,500|
|Naturalization Process (no criminal history)||$1000|
|Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility||$3500|
|Motion to Reopen or to Reconsider||$3500|
|H-4 dependent with H-1B||$300|
|F- 1 Petition||$1,000|
|Misdemeanor offense||$1500 (additional $1500 for suppression hearing)|
|Felony||$3500 (additional charge in case of Trial)|
Cleveland Immigration Attorney will help you with all your immigration problems at affordable price.
General rules to keep in mind when choosing an attorney and evaluating attorneys fees:
There is no such thing as a “standard fee.” Fee agreements are negotiable between clients and attorneys with some exceptions for when they are limited by law. Fees are based on several factors, including the lawyer’s experience, the type of legal problem, and what other lawyers in the area charge for similar work.
Cheap isn’t necessarily a good thing. Although everyone wants to save money, the cheapest lawyer is not necessarily the best, especially if your problem is complicated or specialized. Look for an attorney who is experienced in the area of law.
Expensive isn’t necessarily best, either. If you have trivial case that any attorney can handle do not go for the image or the name. Use common sense.
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