Do you have an immigration question?
Schedule an immigration consultation!
We know that the complexity of an immigration process may often discourage a candidate with great potential, so we believe that the more information you have, the better.
We encourage you to schedule a consultation to better understand your rights and whether or not you truly have a path forward towards permanent residence. We will answer questions frequently asked by candidates and present you with a possible action plan. We will also discuss potential documents, fees, timelines, and obstacles you may encounter on your way to realizing your American Dream.
How does it work?
You can choose between a 30-minute ($150.00) or 1-hour ($250.00) appointment. The amount charged for the consultation will then be deducted from the attorney's fee if you sign a contract within 30 days of your consultation. Payments for consultations can only be made using a credit or debit card authorized for U.S. transactions.
The consultation will be directly with Attorney Gregory E. Boan in English, Spanish, or Portuguese. Consultations of 30 minutes will be a regular phone call and 1-hour consultations have the option of being a regular phone call or video call.
When you are ready to start the process, our office will send you a contract and a payment authorization form to complete and electronically sign. The contract will be valid for 7 days to allow you time to review your contract and send us any questions you may have with regard to it.
Consultations are only conducted on Wednesdays, from 9AM to 5PM. Consultations before 9AM and after 5PM are considered urgent consultations.
Urgent consultations are any consultation before 9AM and after 5PM or consultations that are not on Wednesdays. The price for an urgent consultation is double the current consultation price. Therefore, it is $300 for 30 minutes and $500 for 1-hour. Check our schedule below.
30 min Consultations:
- 11:30am to 12:00pm
- 02:00pm to 02:30pm
- 02:45pm to 03:15pm
- 03:45pm to 04:15pm
1 hour consultations:
- 09:00am to 10:00am
- 10:15am to 11:15am
- 04:30pm to 05:30pm
Preparing for your consultation.
In preparation for your appointment, we ask that you send us all questions and matters you would like to discuss at least 48 hours prior to your appointment. We also strongly advise you to check your time zone prior to your consultation, please remember that our time zone is Eastern Standard Time (GMT-5).
Failure to do so may result in the attorney being unable to adequately address your concerns within the time allotted or in the cancellation of your appointment.
What should I know before having my consultation?
Please note that a consultation does not create an attorney-client relationship. This office retains the right to decline your case, alter pricing, or request that you schedule an additional consultation if the first consultation does not allow the attorney to reach a reasonable conclusion as to the facts of your case.
During the consultation, the attorney will discuss matters specific to your case and all matters are confidential, thus you must be candid and forthcoming about your academic history, professional history, your intentions for work in the United States, your immigration history, and/or criminal history. Please keep a scanned copy of your passport and any visas available in the event the attorney needs to review any entries or exists into or out of the United States.
Before that call, due to time constraints, we ask that you send us any questions you may have so that Attorney Boan can properly address them.
Please note that if you do not send your questions at least 48 hours prior to your consultation, we reserve the right to cancel your consultation without a refund or transfer. If you ask something during a consultation that was not previously provided to us, and that cannot be readily answered within your consultation time, our office reserves the right to quote an additional attorney’s fee to research your matter and/or recommend the scheduling of a second paid consultation to discuss. This is why we urge you to send your questions at least 48 hours ahead of your consultation, so that we may confirm our ability to assist you and answer your questions adequately during your consultation.
What happens if I am late or miss my appointment?
The attorney will wait 15 minutes before canceling your appointment. Whatever amount of time you are late will not be added to your appointment time. By continuing with the consultation you agree to proceed with whatever amount of time is left in your scheduled appointment. We do not issue refunds, transfers, or credits for partial, missed, or canceled appointments.
Can I reschedule my consultation appointment?
We ask that you reschedule your appointment no later than 48 hours prior to your scheduled appointment time. Appointments that are rescheduled more than 48 hours in advance will be rescheduled at no additional cost and will not receive a penalty.
Requests to reschedule less than 48 hours prior to your scheduled appointment will result in a loss of funds paid for the scheduled appointment and will require payment for a second appointment. We do not issue refunds, transfers, or credits for appointments that are rescheduled less than 48 hours in advance.
Rescheduling an Appointment.
You understand that requests to reschedule an appointment for the same day will not be possible. Your request to reschedule an appointment must be made in writing to email@example.com no later than 48 hours prior to your appointment time.
May I schedule a consultation on someone else’s behalf or have someone join me in the appointment?
Yes, you may pay for someone else’s consultation but your participation during the consultation is at the discretion of the attorney. Similarly, if you would like an additional party to be present during your consultation, their participation is at the discretion of the attorney and must first be confirmed between you and this office prior to the appointment as matters that are confidential in nature are no longer considered as such if disclosed in front of other individuals outside of the attorney and prospective client.
Please note that if you attempt to have the attorney address more than one person, case, or issue at a time during a consultation, the attorney reserves the right to request an additional consultation in order to better address a possible case or issue.
What happens after the consultation?
The act of having a consultation with our office does not create an attorney-client relationship. If you would like to retain the services of G.E.B. GLOBAL, you must notify us of this request in writing via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your sending an email requesting that we represent you does not constitute a binding agreement for services.
Is the Consultation Binding?
No attorney-client relationship exists unless a contract for services has otherwise been signed between you and this office. The consultation is confidential and provides an opportunity to discuss the facts of your case, but does not create an attorney-client relationship. Whatever costs, fees, or timelines discussed during the consultation are not binding on this office unless otherwise written and agreed to in a signed contract.
The attorney may advise you during the consultation if they believe your case is viable, and if so, will provide additional information during the consultation on how to proceed to contract our services, but this does not mean that we have accepted to take on your case nor does it guarantee that our office will represent you. This office reserves the right to alter its prices, timelines, and costs as it deems appropriate or necessary unless otherwise agreed to in writing in a signed contract.
Secure Payment with LawPay.
For more than a decade, LawPay’s online payment technology has been trusted to help law firms accept payments in compliance with American Bar Association (ABA) guidelines. When scheduling a consultation with G.E.B. GLOBAL, you will receive an invoice via our firm’s LawPay system.
The email will come from: email@example.com. Please do not respond to this LawPay email. Upon paying your invoice, the LawPay system will automatically generate a receipt for you and send it to your same email address.
Not sure if we can help?
If you are interested in scheduling a consultation but not sure we will be able to help you, call us, send us a text, or email us to confirm.
If you are preparing for, or in the process of, applying for a work, student, business, investment, tourist, religious, journalist, or humanitarian visa, or petitioning for permanent residence or for that of a family member and are unsure if we will be able to assist you, we ask that you send us your questions in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If our office is able to assist you, or if we need additional information to better determine whether or not we may be able to assist you, our office will respond to your email as soon as possible.
Free preliminary analysis of your eligibility for an employment-based Green Card.
With G.E.B. GLOBAL, you can count on a free preliminary analysis of your eligibility for an employment-based visa.
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