What Happens in a Free Evaluation
Last updated on Jun 20th, 2017
One thing that separates FINTUS from many other law firms is the fact that we give prospective clients a Free Evaluation.
What happens during the Free Evaluation
Generally, the Free Evaluation involves the following:
- We get to know you and you get to know us. We hope that you will discover in us a Baltimore immigration-focused law firm that you can trust and that you feel comfortable working with.
- We listen to and take note of the facts of your immigration situation.
- We discover what your long-term and short-term immigration goals are.
- We tell you whether we can help you achieve your immigration goals or whether we need more information about your situation.
- We help you understand complications experienced by individuals, families, or organizations with cases similar to yours.
- We explain the benefits of hiring our law firm.
- We tell you, provided we have enough information, the required investment for our law firm’s legal services.
What does not happen during the Free Evaluation
At the Free Evaluation, we do not provide legal advice about your specific situation. For example, we would not be permitted to provide the sought-after information in the following situations:
- An individual wants to know what arguments she should make in a Motion to Reconsider.
- A foreign medical graduate wants to know which waivers will be available to him after he gets a J-1 visa.
- An F-1 student wants to know which visas she is eligible for.
- An individual wants to know whether a specific crime in a specific state counts as a aggravated felony.
Generally, we do not provide such specific information because of ethical concerns. However, we provide such information in Consultations that we offer. The consultation last for an hour and require payment.
How to get a Free Evaluation
Call +1 888-542-4743, click here, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a Free Evaluation.
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