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Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that legal representation can be costly.  Therefore, we put forth great effort to offer the most affordable attorney fees possible.  Because the complexity of each case differs, we only quote fees after the specific facts of your case have been discussed with the attorney. Because your case is important: 
– Our consultations start at the low cost of $100 for non-business immigration matters ($250 for business immigration matters).

  • We offer flat rates for attorney fees for most legal services.
  • We offer payment plans for most legal services.

*Please note:  Our attorney fees do not cover other fees, including, but not limited to government or court filing fees, record retrieval, translation fees and medical examination fees.

Often those in need of legal assistance turn to friends, family members, the internet, or non-attorneys such as “notaries” or “notaries” for legal advice. All too often, many of those same clients end up having their cases denied or delayed because of a simple yet substantial error.

Immigration is constantly changing, and it is considered one of the most complex areas of law. While we cannot change the facts of your case, we are skilled and competent to research the law and keep track of changes in the law and policies in order to help make your legal case a smoother and less confusing process.  Due to our professionalism, experience and affordable fees, an overwhelming majority of our new clients are referrals from other clients and other attorneys.

Yes! Ms. Gibbons represents clients from all over the U.S. and the world. If you are outside metro-Atlanta we can conduct the consultation via phone, email or Skype. During representation, important documents can be faxed, mailed or scanned. Ms. Gibbons routinely travels throughout the United States to provide legal representation.

For in-office consultations, we accept cash, credit card or debit card payments via PayPal or Square. After representation begins, we accept cash, money orders, cashier’s (bank) checks, personal checks, Zelle, and credit card or debit card payments via PayPal or Square.