Immigration Consultation – Contact us Today
Initial consultations are in person only. The consultation fee is $50. If you retain Hurr Law Office PC for legal services within one month from the date of the initial consultation, any consultation fee paid will be applied to the case fees.
Payment plans are available for many cases and we accept payment by credit card. Consultations are by appointment. Please call for current appointment availability.
Immigration: Immigrant and Non-Immigrant Legal Services
Immigrants from Mexico, South Central America, South America, India, China, and the Pacific Rim region and all over the world want American citizenship. Getting proper legal representation is important to achieving it. Let the focused immigration lawyers of Hurr Law Office guide you through the complex area of immigration law. The Fort Worth immigration lawyers at the Hurr Law Office PC understand the confusion and frustration that individuals might feel when navigating the United States immigration process. If not handled properly, this process can cost additional time and money, and, ultimately, result in your removal from the country. You need a Fort Worth immigration law attorney on your side who can answer your questions and guide you through this challenging process.
We can help individuals pursue visas that allow them to live, work, study or simply vacation in the United States. We can examine your situation and provide the clear direction that you need.
Our firm is regularly called upon to guide a wide range of people through the immigration process.
- Application for Permanent Residence or Green Card
- Green card holders wanting to become US Citizens
- Family-related visas, including K1 and K2 (Fiancée Visas)
- Work-related visas, including H1 and H2
- Tourist visas, including V1 and V2
- Treaty visas
- Board of Immigration Appeals
- Individuals or entire families wishing to bring other family members to the United States.
- Conditional residents wanting to become permanent
- Someone without status being held by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
- Employers (such as construction companies) to obtain work visas or work authorization