Frequently Asked Questions About Immigration

United States immigration is complex. Many people have questions about the process and associated costs.

Find answers to commonly asked questions about family-based immigration below.

How long is a visa valid?

How long your visa is valid will depend on which type of visa you have obtained to legally enter the United States. If you need help getting a visa, I can offer guidance on the best visa available for you and your situation.

Where is your office located?

As an attorney, I help clients throughout northeastern Texas from my office in Plano. I am always available by phone to assist you with questions about your waiver application, spouse visa or green card status.

How much do you charge for immigration services?

The cost of a visa or another immigration service will depend on specific circumstances. However, my services are very competitive compared to fees charged by other immigration lawyers. I offer flat-fee rates for most of my services and never charge hidden fees or costs to communicate with me via phone, text or email.

Schedule a free consultation with me to discuss the cost of a visa or other services today.

How long will the process take?

Each individual’s circumstances will vary. However, obtaining a green card, for example, can take as little as one year for immediate relatives of a U.S. citizen.

Legal Help For Texas Immigration Matters

The Law Office of Jae Lee proudly practices family-based immigration, helping individuals with green cards, visas and naturalization.

If you need help or have additional questions, reach out to me, immigration attorney Jae Lee, today.

Call 972-905-2170 or send an email. Free consultations provided.