How to Make the Most Out of Your Consultation
When setting up a consultation with an immigration attorney it is very important to come prepared. But what does someone need to do to prepare and what kind of questions should one ask? This blog post is going to dive into the different things you need to bring, ask, and tell an immigration attorney.
1. Tell the attorney if your case involves any type of emergency
These emergencies can range from your need to travel home to see your sick family member to a criminal record. Your immigration attorney must know about it because if you don’t tell them there could be repercussions down the road during your immigration process.
2. Bring the necessary immigration documents to your appointment
This includes but is not limited to your permanent resident card, passport, marriage certificate, birth certificates, employment authorization, driver’s license, social security, etc. If you have a criminal record, please bring copies of the tickets and court documents
3. Ask about the attorney’s experience
It is important to ask the attorney about their experience. The Law Office of Travis Helm has been open since 2014 and continues to service clients across the United States with any immigration matter. The firm is also part of the American Immigration Lawyer Association (AILA).
4. Take good notes
The attorney takes notes throughout the meeting however it is important for you to keep notes as well therefore you can refer back to them if you have any questions or can’t remember what the attorney said about a specific detail of your case.
The Law Office of Travis Helm is here to help with any immigration matter you or a loved one may be facing. Please give our office a call today at 307-460-2032 or email us at email@example.com to set up a consultation.