A Better Experience
We make it easy to get started by making sure you know what to expect.
Getting to Know You and Your Needs
Your first consultation is an opportunity for us to determine exactly what services you need. It’s a simple conversation where we ask some questions and find out more about you, your history, and what you hope to accomplish.
We start with some simple questions you should be ready to answer, including:
- What type of immigration relief are you seeking?
- What country or countries are you a citizen of?
- What was the date of your most recent entry into the United States?
- What was your immigration status when you entered the United States?
- Are you, or have you ever been married?
- Do you or your spouse/fiance have children?
- Have you ever filed for immigration relief, or has an application for relief ever been filed on your behalf?
- What educational diplomas, degrees or certifications have you completed?
If you have any of these documents, you should bring them to your appointment.
- Your passport
- Any paperwork from immigration applications that you have filed, or that have been filed for you
- Police reports or court records that are relevant to your immigration claim or your history
- Any other documentation that you think is relevant to your immigration case.
Our Fee Structure
We know that money is an important factor. At Williams Law Firm, LLC, we clearly explain all fees at the beginning, and invite an open conversation about the costs and what they cover. All of our contracts are based on fixed fees, so you don’t have to worry about how much a phone call will cost or how many hours our attorneys are investing in your case. Our goal is to build a trusting relationship with our clients, do the highest quality work possible, and exceed your expectations.
Your first consultation is completely free, with no obligation to choose Williams Law Firm, LLC. At the end of the consultation, once your needs are determined, we’ll put together a contract. We take the time to talk you through all the details so you understand the specifics of your representation.
You can sign your contract right in the office or bring it home and think it over before making a final decision. There’s no pressure, giving you the time you need to make the best choice for you and your family.