Frequently Asked Immigration Law Questions
How Do I Talk To An Attorney?
At Ramos Immigration Law, we start with an in-person consultation at either our Longmont or Aurora office in which you will talk with the attorney directly about your case. You will receive a clear explanation detailing the options for your case, and a written estimate of our fees. If you are unable to come to one of our physical locations, it may be possible to speak with the attorney by phone. All of our consultations are by appointment only. Please call our office at 303-417-6370 to schedule a date and time that will work for you!
Why Should I Talk With An Immigration Attorney?
Immigration law is a complex and dynamic field. It is essential to talk to an experienced attorney who can determine the best course of action and advise you of the risks involved. Even if you plan on doing the paperwork yourself, we highly recommend that you speak with an attorney first; remember, you should only accept legal advice from a licensed attorney!
Of All The Immigration Attorneys In Colorado, Why Should I Choose To Consult With Francesca Ramos?
When coming in for your consultation, you can be confident that Ms. Ramos will provide you with top-notch legal advice based on over fourteen years of experience. She prides herself on being honest; if there are components of your case that you can do on your own without having to hire an attorney, she will tell you! However, if you do decide to hire her, you will be able to expect the same level of high-quality service that she has provided clients since 1999.
How Much Will The Attorney Charge?
In order to provide an accurate quote, it is necessary to have a consultation in order to determine what work will be needed in your case. We offer very competitive prices and payment plans for almost all processes. In most cases, we can begin with the first payment of only $400.
What Are the Consequences Of Being Deported?
If a person is deported, they are removed from the United States and are generally unable to return legally. Because of these serious consequences, it is important that people who face potential deportation create a strong defense.
Can I Appeal A Removal or Deportation Order?
Yes, you can appeal a removal or deportation order. You will have 30 days to appeal the decision to the Board of Immigration (BIA). If the BIA denies your appeal, you can appeal again to the U.S. Court of Appeals. Because of the relatively complex process of filing an appeal, we recommend contacting our knowledgeable immigration attorneys as soon as possible.
I Already Had A Consultation With Francesca. How Do I Begin My Case?
Welcome to the family! Please call our office at 303-417-6370 or send us an email, and we will schedule an appointment in which we will prepare an individualized contract, and explain what we will need from you to get started. Every case is different, so we will provide you with personalized guidance about your process and what to expect in the future.