LEGAL CONSULTATION SERVICE
VIA TELEPHONE

THE NEW IMMIGRATION LAW HAS UNDERSTANDABLY GENERATED A HUGE NUMBER OF QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS FROM ALL THOSE WHO ARE CONCERNED AND AFFECTED, INCLUDING THE GENTLEMEN U.S. CITIZENS, THE INTERNATIONAL MARRIAGE BROKERS AND THE FOREIGN NATIONAL CLIENTS AS WELL.

OUR OFFICE HAS TRIED TO ANSWER AS MANY OF YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS LAW AS POSSIBLE, GRATIS AND WITHIN OUR TIME LIMITS AND RESOURCE CAPABILITIES. OUR IMMIGRATION BLOG ARTICLES ON THIS LAW ARE AMONG THE BEST AVAILABLE ANYWHERE. BUT DUE TO PRACTICAL CONSTRAINTS, IT IS OBVIOUS THAT WE CANNOT CONTINUE TO ANSWER EVERYONE'S QUESTIONS INDEFINITELY AND WITHOUT ANY LIMITS.

WE ARE THUS OFFERING OUR TELEPHONE CONSULTATION SERVICE AT VERY REASONABLE RATES TO THOSE WHO ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THIS LAW AND SERIOUS ABOUT GETTING SOME PRACTICAL AND "BEST AVAILABLE" ANSWERS. BEST REGARDS. GARY BALA

Because our recent volume of e-mails and telephone calls seeking information has become unmanageable, we are offering a Legal Consultation Service via Telephone for your Family-Based Immigration and Visa questions, such as:

1. How Do I Proceed myself with the Fiancee Visa? What is the current process and timetable? What are the costs and forms needed? What are the rules to expedite a visa petition? What are the qualifications financial and otherwise, and can bankruptcy and IRS problems affect my visa petition? What potential complications can I run into due to past criminal record, past visa petitions and any immigration history of my lady? What Do I Do Since My Fiancee Visa Petition was Denied by Immigration Service, or the Visa Was Denied by the Embassy?
2. How Do I Proceed ahead myself with Local Marriage and Visa, either the Spousal-Resident Visa or the K-3 Spousal Visa? What is the current process and timetable? What are the costs and forms needed? How does the Embassy process really work?
3. Which Visa is faster and less expensive and which is advisable under what circumstances, the Fiancee Visa or the Spousal Visa? What about Tourist Visas, Student Visas, and Work Visas?
4. What is the effect of post-09/11 visa rules and security clearance checking procedures, Terror Alerts, Conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Embassy Closures and slowdowns on my visa processing and timetable, and on immigration generally?
5. I've heard that INS is now abolished, and the "benefits function" is now processed through USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services); how will this affect immigration processing and my petition?
6. What are the new K-3 and K-4 Visas, and how could they help me? And what about the "DCF" (Direct Consular Filing) option for resident spousal visa?
7. What about a Pre-Nuptial or Premarital Agreement? Do I need it and how does it work to protect my assets?
8. What about Divorce, Separation and other Marriage Dissolution issues? What are the immigration and liability implications of Marriage Dissolution, and the implications concerning the I-134 and I-864 financial Affidavits of Support?
9. What other Post-Visa Immigration issues do I need to be concerned about? (Some topics include work and travel authorization, state driver's license, health insurance, social security card, adjustment of status, green card, maintaining legal residency, etc.).

Speak with Gary Bala, USA Immigration Attorney, member of American Immigration Lawyers Association, an attorney with twenty plus (20+) years of legal experience, and personal travel experience throughout Latin America, Asia and the world, and who works daily with these issues and more.

SAMPLE TESTIMONIAL

"Thank you again for the EXCELLENT consultation - you were extremely thoughtful, informed, well-organized in the presentation of your extensive experience/information - and so very generous with your time. I could not have dreamed of a more productive and informative session. I will be sure to recommend your services as far and widely as I can manage (I already sent an e-mail to a Brazilian friend of mine.) So I hope to be able to contribute to your good work in some way at some time. Thanks again." K.B., (Attorney), New York, NY USA, January 26, 2005 (Colombian Gentleman Fiance in Spain)

TO USE OUR LEGAL CONSULTATION SERVICE:

1) Fill out our LEGAL CONSULTATION FORM. Press the SUBMIT BUTTON.
IF THE "SUBMIT BUTTON" ABOVE DOES NOT WORK FOR YOU, THEN CLICK HERE FOR THE SAME LEGAL CONSULTATION FORM IN ADOBE PDF FORMAT.
2) We will contact you to schedule ONE consultation session of UP TO EITHER THIRTY (30) OR SIXTY (60) MINUTES, including any necessary follow up legal research and document review. Please also fax or e-mail in advance of the consultation any documents you wish us to review.
3) Consultation Fee is Pre-Paid $50.00 USD for One-Half Hour, and $100.00 USD for One Hour. All Major Credit and Debit Cards Accepted with 5% for Administrative Time. If you decide later to use our office's services, you will receive a credit of the amount paid.
4) Legal Consultation means Verbal, Written or E-Mail responses ONLY, and does NOT include Our Signature on or Filing of Petitions or Documents, International Telephone Calls, Factual Investigations or Acting as a "Go-Between" with a Notary, Priest or Immigration or Embassy Officer.
5) Our Legal Consultations are limited to family based visas and immigration and premarital agreements and related family legal issues.