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How often did you meet with your lawyer?

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It is very hard for me to take time off of work. I was just curious how many times (in your experience) you met with your lawyer. Thank you.

I'm fairly certain that that majority of people on these forums didn't go through a lawyer - we used the guides listed on this site. Anyone who did go through a lawyer did so because there were complications in their cases.

Read up on the guides provided here and see if you can do it yourself. There is a wealth of information not only in the guides but also from the community of members. It's not that difficult and if you have concerns or questions then 99% of the time someone here can answer them from personal experience.


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It is very hard for me to take time off of work. I was just curious how many times (in your experience) you met with your lawyer. Thank you.

Like the previous poster stated, most people do not need a lawyer for this process. Since our case was a little bit more complicated, we opted to use a lawyer. We met with her I think 5 times total - the consult, once to review and sign application, once to turn in and organize all the bona-fides, and twice to prepare for the interview itself. We only had to meet for the 2nd interview prep because of the specifics of our case, so I think they usually only do it once. Each visit was 30 min-1 hour long.


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topic moved to aOS from Work, Student & Tourist Visa as OP is not adjusting from a K or family based entry status


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