The above fees include one follow-up consultation within three (3) months after the initial consultation. We accept cash, checks, and Visa and Mastercard credit and debit cards.
Your consultation will be with Mr. Pineda, a Dallas immigration attorney who has been exclusively practicing U.S. Immigration andNationality Law for nearly two decades. We firmly believe that only an experienced immigration attorney should conduct an initial consultation. We’ll never allow even our most experienced paralegals to conduct these important consultations. We’ve seen too many instances where inexperienced lawyers, or worst, non-lawyers, conduct initial consultations–many times for “free”–and miss crucial details that lead them to the wrong conclusion.
It will be during the consultation that Mr. Pineda will tell you whether you have a case and whether you should invest in it. Our philosophy is very simple: we only take cases we think we can win (sometimes, however, a “win” can take several years of ups and downs and tough advocacy, but we’ll warn you about that possibility beforehand.) As we said before, we take the Texas Lawyer’s Oath very seriously.
Telephonic and Video Consultations: The Value of Convenience
We love telephonic and video consultations and so should you. You can talk to Mr. Pineda at length from the comfort of your own office or home, wherever you are in the globe. You’ll save time, transportation costs, and you’ll never forget a document at home. We’ll ask you to pay for your consultation in advance, to email or text us all immigration documentation you have on hand, and to schedule a time for the attorney to call you to discuss your case.
Fees quoted only after a paid consultation: How much we charge in a particular case depends on its complexity, and we’ll quote you a fee only after a paid consultation and a thorough analysis of your case.
Flat fee system: Also, we work on a flat fee basis, which means that the fee we quote you is what you’ll pay. We accept cash, checks, and Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards.