To schedule a consultation with Attorney Campbell, please contact her office at (301) 589-1565, or email her using the form below. A consultation is your opportunity to meet with Attorney Campbell and discuss in detail your immigration legal issues and immigration goals. Consultations are strictly confidential.
Ms. Campbell's fee for an initial consultation is $100. In most cases, during the consultation Attorney Campbell will be able to discuss your legal options and best strategies to reach your immigration goals. During the consultation, Attorney Campbell will usually be able to give you an estimate of the cost to retain her services. In many cases, flat-fee rates are available.
For complex matters or in cases in which significantly more time is needed to review documents and/or meet with you about the case, you will be asked to schedule a consultation at another time and a consultation fee will be charged.
What to Bring to the Consultation
In order to ensure that your situation can be properly analyzed and your immigration options fully evaluated, you will need to make available the documents listed below. Ideally, you should provide as many of these documents as possible to Ms. Campbell in advance of the consultation, by mail or fax.
In all cases, please note that it is much better to bring too many documents to the consultation, rather than too few!
- Passport (including expired passports)
- I-94 (Arrival/Departure Card)
- All immigration related cards: employment authorization card (including expired cards), lawful permanent resident card, etc.
- All letters, notices, documents, etc., received from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Customs and Border Patrol (CBP), and/or the legacy INS.
- All notices, decisions, and any other correspondence from the Immigration Court.
- Copies of all immigration forms you have previously filed.
- Birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce decrees, death certificates, certificates of naturalization (bring all that are applicable to your situation).
- Criminal records (arrest report, charging document, and court disposition for each conviction). The best thing is to obtain certified copies of these documents from the clerk's office of the court where the case was decided.
- All other documents we ask you to bring when your consultation is scheduled.