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legal consultation “Very professional law firm. We had a difficult issue and Mr. Shusterman’s office got right onto the case and resolved the issue with USCIS. Because of their efforts, me and my family were able to get our Legal Permanent Residency card. My suggestion to those trying to obtain employment based card. Don’t look for money saving attorney. They will cost you lot more in long run. Go to a law firm which is professional and knowledgeable. It pays in the long term.” (More client reviews…)

Persons seeking legal representation should schedule a telephonic, Skype, or in-person consultation with Attorney Shusterman or with any of our other attorneys. For example, if your case is employment-based, Attorney Raj Iyer is the expert in this area. U.S. citizenship and family-based consultations are handled by Attorney Ellen Ma Lee. If your case involves deportation defense or Federal litigation, Attorneys Elif Keles and Amy Prokop are experts in this area. 

Please complete the following form in its entirety and send it to our office by clicking the button marked “Send Questionnaire” at the end of the form.

Please fax the documents relevant to your case to us prior to your consultation at (213) 623-3720. Limit your submission to 10 documents.

The information contained in the form should be about the person who is seeking the immigration assistance.

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 Last:       First:     Middle: 

 Other names used (including maiden name):    Sex:  

 E-mail address:     

Current Address in U.S.
Number and Street:
City:State:    Zip: 
Last Address Outside of U.S.
Number and Street:
City:    State/Province:     Postal Code: 
Home Phone:
Hours we can call:
Fax Number:
Work Phone:
Hours we can call:
Pager/Cell Phone: 
Social Security No:
Citizen of:
Date and Place of Birth:
Date of Birth:
City or Town:
State or Province:
Passport Information:
Passport Country:
Passport Number:
Expiration Date:
 What type of immigration assistance are you seeking?


Husband or Wife           In the U.S.      Outside of U.S.       Unmarried
Spouse's Name
Last:       First:     Middle: 
Other names used (including maiden name):
Current Address (put "same" if you live together):
Date and Place of Birth:
Date and Place of Marriage:
Citizen of:
Applying with you?
Social Security Number:
Alien ("A") Number:
Immigration Status:
Expiration Date:

 Total Number of Sons and Daughters:

NameSexDate & Country
of Birth
Citizen ofImmigration
with You?
NameCountry of BirthCitizen ofImmigration Status
* Use Mother's Maiden Name
 Previous Marriages              ( Check if Not Applicable)


Date of
Country of


Reason for
of Marriage
Date of
of Marriage
Country of
of Marriage

Current Immigration Status:
Date Status Expires:
Alien ("A") Number:
Date of First Entry into U.S.:
Last Entry into U.S.:
I-94 Number:
 Check every type of immigration status that you have ever held and provide the dates:
Immigration StatusDate(s)Immigration StatusDate(s)
B Visitor: E Trader/Investor:
F Student: H-1B Professional:
J Exchange Visitor: K Fiancee:
L Manager: O Outstanding Ability:
T/N Canadian Worker: Other:
 Check each one that you or your spouse have ever applied for or been the beneficiary of:
Y(you) or
Date Filed Sponsor Attorney Result
Green Card
Immigrant petition
Labor certification

 Have you or your spouse ever had any immigration problems? In particular, have you or your spouse ever been under removal,
 deportation, or  exclusion proceedings? Please describe in detail:  

 Current Employer (or Employer Petitioning on Your Behalf)
Job Title:    Salary:
Date of Hire: Are you related to your employer?

  May we contact your employer?
 If yes, whom may we contact:

NameTitleDepartmentPhone Number
 Employment in Last Five Years (anywhere in the world)
Job TitleEmployerCountryDuration

 List the professional licenses or certifications you possess, from any state or country:


 How many years of experience do you have in your position or field?

 Please list all your education anywhere in the world:
LevelSchool/CountryDegree & MajorNumber of
Other Schooling:

Have you ever been arrested or convicted of a crime anywhere in the world (even if the conviction was expunged or removed from your record) or have you ever had any problems with the police?
If yes, please explain in detail:
Have you ever claimed to be a citizen of the United States or have you ever used another name
for immigration purposes or for any other reason?
If yes, please explain in detail:
Have you ever been denied a visa to come to the United States?
If yes, when and what kind of visa:
During what years, if any, have you filed an Income Tax Return with the IRS?
If you ever had an Employment Authorization Card issued by the INS, give number(s) and validity dates:
Is there anything, not already covered in this form, that you feel we should know?


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Wait a few minutes after you send the questionnaire, then call us at (213) 623-4592 x0 to schedule your consultation. The cost of the consultation is $425, payable by credit card. If you retain our law firm to represent you on the day of your consultation, we will be pleased to credit the consultation fee toward the cost of your case.

All information contained in the Immigration Consultation Form will be kept STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.

Please note that if you retain our law firm to prepare a PERM application on your behalf, the law requires that the attorneys' fees in connection with the application plus costs (e.g., advertising, etc.) must be paid to our firm directly by your employer. Furthermore, if you retain us to prepare and submit an H-1B petition on your behalf, certain portions of the USCIS filing fees must be paid to our law firm directly by your employer.

On the day of your consultation, please call the office at (213) 623-4592, extension 0 at the time scheduled. Legal consultations are scheduled every 30 minutes from 10:00am to 3:30pm, excluding lunch time (noon to 1:30pm). If you call late, this will decrease the amount of time that you will be able to spend speaking with the attorney. If it is necessary for you to cancel or reschedule your consultation, you must do so at least 24 hours in advance in order to obtain a refund.

Having a consultation with any of our attorneys does not establish an attorney-client relationship.