Frequently Asked Questions
We have assembled an excellent team of attorneys and paralegals at The Fogle Law Firm, LLC. Usually cases are initially assigned to a paralegal and one of the attorneys will finalize the review and submission of the case. Most likely a paralegal will contact you after you hire us and sign the representation agreement to start collecting documents and information needed to begin working on your case. Please note that you cannot choose a particular paralegal or attorney to work on your case, as the cases are assigned based on specialty and expertise.
We wait. For most applications United States Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) publishes estimated processing times that will tell us approximately how long we have to wait for it to be processed. However, please note that we do not have control over USCIS processing times. We understand that your case is a priority. However, in most of the cases there is no further action that we can take to expedite the cases when they are being processed by the government.
We work hard to provide you with the best service in a timely manner. As such, we expect that you comply with the terms ofyour Retainer Agreement paying your fees on time. We will communicate with you and issue Statements for our services when you have an outstanding balance. All outstanding balances are payable when due. If you anticipate problems in paying your balance, please call our Office Manager who will assist you in your efforts to comply with the terms of your Retainer Agreement and any subsequent Payment Plan.