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Arrange an Case Evaluation Appointment with Attorney Heather

We provide the options of an in-person, telephone, or Skype appointment for Attorney Heather to evaluate your case in depth to address the complexities of your particular case and immigration history and the potential options available to you.

During this appointment, you will learn: (1) Attorney Heather’s specific recommendations and your best options; (2) your chances of approval with her representation; and (3) how much the case will cost.  There is no obligation to hire Attorney Heather for your case after that. Instead, you will walk out of the appointment with a true sense of clarity of what you should do next to get back control of your immigration case and your future. 

Due to overwhelming demand, Attorney Heather

is no longer able to provide Free Case Evaluation Appointments.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Attorney Heather’s case evaluation fee: $250 for a 45 minute appointment. You can choose Skype, phone, or in person*

We accept Visa, MC, Amex, and Discover for case evaluation payments as we do for legal fees, Book Your Appointment Right Here.

Why Pay for a Case Evaluation Appointment?

We credit your fee. If Attorney Heather is able to take your case and believes you have a good chance at being successful with her, we will credit your Case Evaluation appointment fee against any future legal fees or services. So. . . if your case costs $2500, we will take $250 off of that to start (so basically, your case evaluation appointment would be free)

If your case is complicated or complex, you need an expert who can tell it to you straight.  Attorney Heather has an extremely high success rate because her clients are willing to put in the work and she advises carefully with detail on each and every case. Attorney Heather doesn’t take every case that comes in the door. We don’t want to waste your money or get your hopes up.

How to Schedule a Case Evaluation

You can call us  at 877-486-2678  (HUMAN RTS) to set up your case evaluation.

or You can Book it Yourself Right Here.

* in-person evaluations are available at our Pasadena, CA and Costa Mesa, CA locations. Skype Case Evaluation appointments are available throughout the U.S. and the world.

Case Evaluation Cancellation/Postponement policies:

Cancellations made within 24 hours of the reserved appointment time are non-refundable as Attorney Heather has reserved this time in her schedule specifically for you and has postponed others’ time slots to keep your’s.  Our staff will reschedule your appointment if you need to postpone one time without charge. A second rescheduling will incur an additional fee.

Follow up/2nd Case Evaluation Appointments:

Sometimes, you’re just not ready to get started after the first case evaluation. If you want a follow up case evaluation due to changed circumstances or to speak with the Attorney again, the fee for a follow up (second) case evaluation appointment with Attorney Heather is $250 (but the 2nd case evaluation appointment is not credited to your account/future legal fees; only the first case evaluation appointment is credited). 

How to prepare for your case evaluation appointment

Being prepared for the case evaluation appointment by sending us any immigration documents you have via email, dropbox, or mail prior to your appointment with Attorney Heather. If you have ever been arrested or applied for any immigration benefits, any criminal transcripts and/or CIS notices you have received could also help Heather make a more specific recommendation and tailor your options. 

Make the most out of your Case Evaluation appointment.

Do not arrange a case evaluation if you are trying to file the case on your own, without an attorney. Heather will not tell you how to file your case, what documents or forms to use, or otherwise instruct you on doing it yourself. This would be aiding you in the unlawful practice of law, which is unethical for an Attorney and illegal.



I live outside of California. Can Heather Still Represent Me?

Yes!  A majority of our clients are outside of our area and outside of California. Immigration law is based on federal law, not state law. As a result, we can and do represent clients in immigration matters across the U.S.  Heather often travels to CIS green card interviews out of state and represents clients in immigration court proceedings outside of California.

It is very easy to work with us,whether it’s easily getting us documents for Heather’s review or editing/drafting documents together. Heather and our staff is very accessible via email and we utilize dropbox, skype, fed ex, faxes, the good old fashion phone, and other technology services to make it easy for our clients to work with us from anywhere on the planet.

How much will my total immigration case cost, if decide to hire Attorney Heather?

Legal fees depend on the type of case you have and any complexities involved, which many times has to do with your immigration history. Attorney Heather will go over the legal fees for your particular case after speaking with you during your case evaluation. As always, there is no obligation to hire Heather.  

Payment and discount plans are available for most services.

Why Should I Hire a Competent Immigration Lawyer?

An attorney can recommend the best ways for you to obtain legal status and utilize the system to your advantage because she has the experience to do so;

  • An attorney can complete and submit your applications properly so you don’t waste money on having to re-file forms for filing the wrong ones,
  • or delay receiving vital authorization to work or worse, fall out of lawful immigration status because you filed the wrong forms or not by the right time;
  • An attorney can help you stay current on the new laws that affect you, will act as your guide and interpreter through the ever-changing and complicated field of immigration law and the legal language. Generalized information is not a substitute for a detailed, fully informed analysis of your situation;
  • An attorney is authorized to speak for you in discussions with the CIS (INS) or represent you in court.

When meeting with an attorney from our office, we could alert you to potential unlawful presence or other problems you could encounter in trying to get your green card or trying to re-enter the U.S. if you should leave, information you may not understand or even know of on your own.


Beware of unlicensed operators who promise immigration benefits or assistance for less than what an attorney would charge you. These individuals commonly refer to themselves as “immigration consultants” and advertise in local ethnic newspapers and yellow pages. They are not accountable to anyone, have no ethical standards they must comply with, are not licensed, and worst of all, they are known for taking people’s money and doing nothing. Some may even lie to the government in your name for a quick, simple solution that in the end may result in your deportation or permanent exclusion from the U.S.

Also, watch out for notaries (“notarios”), service bureaus, travel agents, or others who promise quick, easy solutions to immigration problems. Beware of lawyers from other countries who are not licensed to practice in the U.S. and do not know U.S. laws, people who say they “know someone” who has an “inside track” or anyone who wants money to influence or bribe a CIS (INS) official.




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