Mario Ramos, K-1 visa immigration lawyer

 

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Fee Schedule

Type of VisaDescriptionFee
K-1 Visa & Permanent ResidencyThe K-1 visa allows the fiancé or fiancée to enter and marry a U.S. citizen within 90 days. After the marrige, the fiancée must file for a Green Card / Permanent Residency and work permit (Employment Authorization Document), if needed.$4,000
K-2 Child Visa & Permanent ResidencyAllows a K-1 fiancée visa applicant's unmarried children under age 21 to enter and reside in the USA. The K-2 can be submitted only as part of a K-1 application. The child will need a K-2 plus a Permanent Resident visa to reside in the USA. The initial Employment Authorization Document (work permit) is included for a K-2 child with this application. We recommend applying for a work permit so the child can receive a US Social Security Number, which allows you to claim the child as a deduction in your IRS taxes. Contact us if you have additional children.$2,250
for the first child
K-3 Spouse Visa & Permanent ResidencyA US citizen's spouse (husband or wife) can enter the USA. The spouse must file for a permanent residency visa (and work permit, if needed.) After entry, the spouse must file for a Green Card / Permanent Residency and work permit (Employment Authorization Document), if needed.$4,000
K-4 Child Visa & Permanent ResidencyAllows a K-3 spouse visa applicant's unmarried children (or the US citizen's unmarried children) under age 21 to enter and reside in the USA. The K-4 can be submitted only as part of a K-3 application. The K-4 Visa is valid for two years. It must be renewed before it expires. The child will need a K-4 plus a Conditional Permanent Resident visa to reside in the USA. The initial Employment Authorization Document (work permit) is included for a K-4 child with this application. We recommend applying for a work permit so the child can receive a US Social Security Number, which allows you to claim the child as a deduction in your IRS taxes.$2,250
for the first child
H1-BAn H1-B visa is a visa to work in the USA for three years. The H1-B may be renewed for an additional three year period. For H1-B renewal or change of employer, contact us.$2,500
H4 DependantsThe H4 visa is for spouse and children of H1-B visa holders. It covers the same time period as the H1-B visa. Contact us if you have additional dependants.$250
for the first dependant
Labor CertificationIf you have an H1-B visa or other form of visa, you can use a Labor Certification to apply for permanent residency. This allows you and your family to get a Green Card and remain in the USA. We recommend that you use reduction and recruitment to expedite your Labor Certification.$7,500
Labor Certification for DependantsIf you are a dependant of an applicant for a Labor Certification, you may apply for permanent residency / Green Card. Contact us if you have additional dependants.$2,500
for the first dependant
Citizenship / Naturalization You can apply for citizenship two years and nine months after getting the Green Card or Permanent Resident status based on marriage. If you reach this status via a different method, you can apply after four years and nine months. If you are serving in the US military, contact us to apply immediately for citizenship. we recommend that you apply for citizenship as soon as possible to secure your rights to Social Security benefits. If there are additional family members, contact us.$1,250
Removal of Conditions from Permanent Resident StatusIf you receive a Conditional Resident Status, you must apply for a removal of conditional status one year and nine months (21 months) later.Contact us
Additional Family VisaFor additional visas for extended family members, such as your mother-in-law, father-in-law, or brothers and sister, we can also handle I-130 Alien Relative Petitions.Contact us
Additional ServicesFor additional services, such as extensions, renewals, waivers, and so on. These have additional fees.Contact us

Notes: Amounts are in US dollars. These fees exclude any application, filing, and setup fees, which will be billed additionally. Application and filing fees are set by CIS and subject to change without advance notice.

Other Fees and Charges

30-Minute Question: The Initial Consultation

Type of VisaDescriptionFee
30-Minute Consultation30 minute consultation on your visa application. By telephone, email, or web video. If you hire me within 30 days, the fee is credited to your bill.$200

Billing Statements

You should know what you are paying for. We send you a monthly billing statement that lists every item. The billing statement describe what services were done for you, including the date. You can keep track of what you are being charged for, and know you are being billed a reasonable fee for work that you know was actually been done for you. This lets you ask questions about your fees.

How to Pay

We have our own secure online transaction system and we can accept all major credit cards.

Clients can also pay by mail with checks or money orders. Clients who come to our office can pay with cash.

To arrange this, contact us.