Individual Immigration
Share:Email to someoneShare on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterGoogle+

Individual Immigration

Landau, Hess, Simon & Choi understands the enormity of what is at stake when you are trying to immigrate to the U.S. or sponsor a close family member to reside with you here in this country. We provide hands-on immigration counseling and representation to you throughout the process and are always available to answer any questions. Your case will be handled on a fixed fee basis, which means that you will know at the very beginning all the costs involved in this process.

The following services are included in the fixed legal fee:

  • Application and Supporting Documentation preparation for each case
  • Application Filing with the appropriate agency
    • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
    • National Visa Center (Department of State)
    • U.S. Embassy or Consulate
    • Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR)
  • Case Process Monitoring and Tracking through the various agencies. This service is possible because:
    • We handle many cases at these agencies and know immediately when a case is “off track” or is taking longer than normal.
    • We are very familiar with agency procedures and can quickly contact the appropriate person to take corrective action should your case experience unexpected delay.
  • Preparation for and representation at a USCIS interview (no travel costs if the interview is scheduled for the USCIS Philadelphia or Mount Laurel Offices)
  • Preparation for and representation at all EOIR Master and Individual Hearings (no travel costs if the hearing is at the Philadelphia Immigration Court).
Latest News

August 15, 2017

September Visa Bulletin

The Department of State has released the September Visa Bulletin – the last such bulletin in the 2017 fiscal year…More


August 15, 2017

Wharton: RAISE Act Would Shrink U.S. Economy (But Is Not Likely to Become Law)

The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business has released a brief economic analysis of the RAISE Act, the immigration reform…More


July 25, 2017

Travel Ban Update: Grandparents and Refugees

On June 26th, the Supreme Court ruled that a narrow portion of the Trump travel ban could go in to…More

Image Image Image Image