What to bring to your first appointment

Do you know what to bring to your first appointment to evaluate your case? The first appointment works to understand the context of your case and analyze some options to achieve your immigration goals.

When it is your first meeting with an attorney to see your immigration case, it is crucial that you have the relevant documents and information related to your immigration case ready. This information will help the attorney better understand your situation and provide you with more accurate advice. Here are some things you may consider bringing:

1. Identification: Bring a valid government-issued identification, such as a passport or driver’s license.

2. Immigration Documents: Bring any immigration-related documents, such as a visa, work permit, or green card, if you have one.

3. Relevant Forms: Bring any forms that you have already filled out or have given to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), such as an application for adjustment of status or a petition for a family member.

4. Copies of legal documents: Bring copies of any legal documents related to your case, such as court orders, marriage or divorce certificates, or criminal records.

5. Financial Records: If your case requires proof of financial stability, bring financial records, such as tax returns, bank statements, and pay stubs.

6. Medical Records: If your case involves a medical condition, bring any medical records or documentation that supports your case.

7. Questions List: Write down any questions you have for the lawyer so you don’t forget to ask them during the meeting.

It is always a good idea to confirm with the lawyer in advance what specific documents and information they would like you to bring to the meeting. If you want an appointment with our legal team, we invite you to visit the contact section on our website to schedule your appointment. We will wait for you!