Schedule a Consultation

To schedule a consultation, please contact our office between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. EST at 717-221-1111, toll free at 866-266-3872, or via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  We provide consultations via telephone, email and office visits.

Our fee for an initial consultation for immigration matters is $200.00. This applies to telephonic, email or in person office consultations. The fee is credited against any later  work we do on a flat fee basis.

Telephone and email consultation fees must be paid prior to the scheduled consultation, while the office visit fee can be paid at our office on the day of your visit.  Should you choose to engage our services for the matter discussed during the initial consultation within 30 days, we will credit the paid consultation fee toward your future payment.

For an immigration related consultation,  please bring all of your USCIS or related documents: Passport and I-94; any correspondence to or from the Service; any decisions on your case issued in the past. This way we can be sure to get the important information- - and better advise you of your options at the first meeting. If you are seeking an employment based visa, please bring a resume or other document that describes your education and work experience.

IF YOU ARE COMING TO MEET US ABOUT A DETAINED INDIVIDUAL PLEASE BING AS MUCH OF THE FOLLOWING AS POSSIBLE:

If he is detained following the conviction of a crime, copies of all the criminal records you have including the complaint or indictment; the judgment; plea colloquy; and sentence. If you know, the prison the detainee is being held in. (If you do not know, we can find out if we have his A number and possibly by name and birth date.) We would like to have information on all of his family presently living in the United States; his work history and any other information demonstrating ties to the community. We will also ask about the health of his immediate relatives and the hardship that they will suffer if the alien is deported from the United States.


For your convenience, we accept credit card payments.