It’s easy! We only need photocopies of your documents. USCIS allows applicants to submit photocopies of documents and signed immigration forms. Our immigration attorney will file photocopies of your documents and signed forms to the appropriate USCIS office from our New York location.
Government fees for filing applications are not included in SelfLawyer fees. Applicants must pay applicable government fees directly to USCIS (credit card, personal check or money order).
You will e-sign the pdf forms. Our attorney will submit photocopies of your signed immigration forms. USCIS allows applicants to submit photocopies of signed immigration forms. Your immigration application will be successfully registered by USCIS.
Some forms are filed electronically (for example, citizenship applications and petitions for family members, Form I-130). Some forms are submitted via hard-copy through the mail to USCIS offices (for example, Form I-485, I-751).
No. You will not be charged for anything else. Fees provided on our website are one-time, flat fees. Your SelfLawyer fees also include:
We will submit your application in 1-3 business days after you provide us with the complete set of your documents and personal information.
Of course! You will review your application before our attorney submits it to USCIS to make sure that the information is complete and accurate.
Yes. You will receive a complete digital copy of the submitted application for your records.
Electronically filed forms are registered the same day. Hard copy applications submitted by mail will be registered in 4-7 weeks.
It’s difficult to project a specific timeframe for immigration applications. It can take anywhere from 1 to 2 years to complete a family-based green card application. Check our USCIS Processing Times for more information.
USCIS allows you to submit sealed medical exam forms together with a green card application or at your immigration interview at a USCIS office in the U.S. For applicants applying from abroad, the medical exam forms must be submitted at the interview at a U.S. Embassy/Consulate in your home country.
No, your fees do not include legal representation at your immigration interview in the USCIS office or U.S. Embassy/Consulate. If you need legal representation at your interview, please contact us and we can discuss ways this can be arranged.