Trusted, Personalized Family-Based Immigration Services For Northeastern Texas
My office can process your case without having to meet in person. I will do my best to make the process as simple as possible. I will be in constant communication via text, phone, or email to answer any questions you may have as you go through each step of the process.
Communicate with your attorney every step of the way.
Complete an online quesionaire
Upload requested documentation into my Client Portal.
Forms will be mailed to you for signature with a prepaid return envelope.
Attorney will review your case and mail to USCIS if everything is complete.
My Immigration Practice Areas
Serving Families Throughout Northeastern Texas
West Point Graduate, Former U.S. Army Officer
Payment Plans Available. Credit Cards Accepted.
My Pledge To You
At my firm, you will always receive one-on-one guidance during every stage of your case. Unlike large law firms with an extensive staff, you will always work directly with me. Whether you wish to call, text or email, I will always remain accessible.
My goal is to offer a superior level of attention to each individual I represent — simply because that’s what I would want.
“My fiance and I were very impressed with Mr. Lee! His candid demeanor and thoughtful answers to our comprehensive K-1/K-2 visa proposition rendered peace of mind… Ever grateful; we will be utilizing his services later in the year.”
My Personal Story
West Point Graduate, Former United States Service Member
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What can you expect after filing for adjustment of status?
Upon filing for adjustment of status, you will receive an I-797C, Notice of Action for each form that was submitted (usually I-130, I-485, I-765, I-131). This usually occurs within 10 business days after USCIS receives your forms.