We charge a mandatory fee of $120 for an immigration consultation. We prefer in person consultations but can consult by phone, Skype or email. We accept all major credit/debit cards and payment in cash or money order. Unfortunately, we do not accept payment by personal check for consultations.
Call us at 520 261 2576!
Visits to Detainees in Eloy or Florence: If a friend or a relative are in detention we will visit the detainee. Please contact our office to schedule an in-person visit to either Eloy or Florence. Consultations/Vistiations at detention centers in Eloy and Florence cost approximately $500 per visit because of travel time and other considerations.
If you are interested in hiring our firm or need advice about your immigration options, we would be happy to hear from you. We offer a one-time paid consultation with attorney Ryan M. Gibson with no further obligation.
What to expect from an Immigration Consultation
We consider your initial consultation to be a thorough and detailed interview. It is important to be completely honest and forthright with the lawyer so he can more accurately analyze your options. This meeting allows us to get acquainted and to determine the basic nature of your immigration problem. During your immigration consultation, or shortly thereafter, you should expect an immigration lawyer to:
Review the details of your immigration situation thoroughly
Answer questions that you have about your immigration case
Explain all immigration benefits for which you may qualify
Help you plan an immigration strategy
Provide you with an fee estimate and discuss payment plans or billing arrangements
Will not apply any pressure on potential client to hire us and we will refer you another lawyer if we can not take your case.
What NOT to expect during an Immigration Consultation
Attorney Gibson, during the consultation, cannot review your paperwork for completeness or accuracy. If you are determined to handle your immigration case on your own, without hiring an attorney, Attorney Gibson cannot provide you instruction or advice on how to do that.
Consultation Does NOT establish an Attorney-Client Relationship
We would be honored to have the privilege of handling your immigration case. And we hope that you decide to hire us and become our client. But you do not become a client of our firm simply by having a consultation. Should you decide to hire us, and should we decide to accept your immigration case, then we would ask you to sign a written representation agreement, spelling out the scope of our services, fees, and other terms and conditions. But consultation alone does not create either an Attorney-Client relationship or any obligation to provide any services other than the consultation itself.
What to bring to your consultation
Documentation: Bring all documentation related to your immigration matter. The more documentation you bring us, the easier it will be for us to accurately evaluate your immigration options.
Here are some examples;
I-94, Arrival-Departure Record
Work permits, i.e., Employment Authorization Document (EAD) cards
Letters to/from USCIS
Copies of immigration applications
Immigration Judge orders
Notices of Immigration Court hearings
Notice to Appear in Immigration Court, i.e., NTA
Your spouse or fiance: If your immigration case is based on marriage to a US citizen, we ask that both you and your spouse or significant other/fiance come to the office as well.