Below is a table of our fees for Eb-1A, Eb-1B, Eb-1C, and NIW applications, which consist of attorney's fees and filing fees. Filing fees are charges that are set by the USCIS to cover, among other things, the cost of adjudicating immigration petitions and applications. Attorney's fees are the fees charged by the law firm for our professional services rendered.
The initial attorney's fees are due upon submission of your signed retainer agreement to us. The filing fee is due anytime before the application is filed with USCIS. Fees due upon approval (if applicable) are paid when the USCIS approves the case. The fees range in price due to the complexity of issues or length of process time and work involved. Keep in mind that these fees are estimates and that fees may vary, depending on the difficulty/simplicity and specific facts of each individual case.
None = No filing fee or attorney fees are due upon approval.
Fees listed above are subject to change without notice. Moreover, they are for the majority cases in each category. An individual client may be charged at a higher fee, depending on the totality of the circumstances for the client. Zhang and Attorneys have the discretion to charge a higher fee than the fee schedules listed above. Fees listed above do not include any personal appearances by attorney at USCIS offices.
Please check with your attorney for fees not listed above.
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(Updated 10/4/2012 by AG)
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