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Hi everyone,

I wondered if anyone could give me an idea of an immigration attorney that is best to use for Georgia, or if anyone can share their own personal experiences as well as how much price wise that had to be paid.

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9 minutes ago, Cultclassic92 said:

Hi everyone,

I wondered if anyone could give me an idea of an immigration attorney that is best to use for Georgia, or if anyone can share their own personal experiences as well as how much price wise that had to be paid.

Really depends on the case and attorney since each immigration lawyer sometimes specialises in different fields like my last attorney who mostly did waivers even got mine approved , doubt anyone will give you an answer on price wise. Hopefully someone will advise you  on attorney in your area

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1 minute ago, Adam A said:

Really depends on the case and attorney since each immigration lawyer sometimes specialises in different fields like my last attorney who mostly did waivers even got mine approved , doubt anyone will give you an answer on price wise. Hopefully someone will advise you  on attorney in your area

Yeah, I understand prices differ depending on the attorney. I will need to go through ROC once my divorce is final and just would feel more at ease having an attorney for that.

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24 minutes ago, Cultclassic92 said:

Hi everyone,

I wondered if anyone could give me an idea of an immigration attorney that is best to use for Georgia, or if anyone can share their own personal experiences as well as how much price wise that had to be paid.

Can't speak specifically about Georgia, but I had a great experience with our attorney. We did concurrent filing, I-130, I-485, and her fee was $4,000 plus filing fees. I think we would have been successful on our own, but having an attorney gave us peace of mind and made our interview a breeze.

 

The AILA is a place to start your search, https://www.ailalawyer.com/.

 

You may also want to reach out to any immigration non-profit in your area and ask them for recommendations. https://www.immigrationadvocates.org/nonprofit/legaldirectory/search?state=GA I had done design work for such a non-profit in my town, so I reached out to them and they gave me several names. I interviewed a couple of them and chose who I felt was best.

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c9 AOS Concurrently filed I-130 & I-130A, I-485, I-131, I-765

 

2019-02-21 Package sent to Chicago Lockbox via FedEx

2019-02-27 Package received

2019-02-27 Priority Date

2019-03-04 Notice Date

2019-03-09 Notice received via USPS

2019-03-15 Biometrics Appointment Notice received

2019-03-26 Attended Biometrics Appointment

2019-04-01 Case is ready to to be scheduled for an interview

2019-04-22 Interview Notice received via USPS

2019-05-20 Interview: Approved after 82 days.

2019-05-21 Card in production

2019-05-22 Card was mailed to you (no tracking)

2019-05-23 Update that USPS picked up the card (included tracking number). Estimated arrival: May 28

2019-05-24 I-130 and I-485 Approval Letters received via USPS.

2019-05-29 Green Card in hand.

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2 minutes ago, Cultclassic92 said:

Yeah, I understand prices differ depending on the attorney. I will need to go through ROC once my divorce is final and just would feel more at ease having an attorney for that.

Found my attorney in Florida through Google, she had high ratings and amazing reviews. She was not cheap at all but again I was serious about my case process so I got approved and she was worth it. 

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Immigration is Federal so can be anywhere.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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