Frequently Asked Questions

New Clients

There are multiple ways you can schedule an appointment with one of our immigration attorneys. You can call us at 888-305-0261 and one of our Client Services Representatives will assist you over the phone to schedule an appointment at a convenient time for you.  

You can also send us an email with your name, hometown, and phone number to  info@immigrationanderson.com and we will contact you back with a date and time of the appointment.  

Since our attorneys have full-days between court hearings, client appointments, writing briefs, and more, it’s hard for an attorney to see a walk-in. Therefore, we always recommend you schedule an appointment beforehand.  

We have offices in Gulfport, MS; Jackson, MS; New Orleans, LA; El Paso Texas and Ciudad Juarez Chihuahua Mexico. You can go to our Contact Us page on this website to see our local offices and phone numbers.  

Yes, for your convenience our attorneys can consult you via telephonic or video conference.  

Our first consult fee is $50 that must be paid at the time of scheduling the appointment. You can also check our social media for our specials & deals.  

You can pay your first consult fee with a credit or debit card. 

For detained cases we try to offer same day appointments. For non-detained cases, appointments can be available as soon as the next business day, this depends on attorney availability.   

Though it isn’t necessary that you bring any documents, we recommend you bring any and all documents related to your immigration and/or criminal record. This could include your FBI or FOIA record, criminal convictions, Police Reports, Visas, Passports, and any notifications from any US Immigration Agency.  

Hiring an attorney saves you time and lots of headaches. Immigration laws are very complex and one slight error could prevent you from adjusting status in the future. With our years of experience in this law, we know how to best proceed and how to avoid delays and mistakes on your case.   

No. The US law prohibits any non-family member or not licensed attorney complete immigration paperwork on behalf of another person.  

This is a tough question to answer because there is no definite price. Since immigration cases can be so complex, we can’t give you a final price until our attorney verifies what is the best strategy, if any, for your immigration status.