First Visit Information

Potential clients can call (225) 926-7800 or e-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to schedule an appointment to speak with Ms. Flynn. If you do not live nearby we can schedule a telephone conference instead. We schedule consultations for 30-minutes. Usually, but not always, 30 minutes is sufficient time to analyze an individual’s situation. However, if you feel you need more time, let us know and we will schedule the conference for the full hour.

30-minutes $150.00
1-hour $300.00
Payments can be made via check (payable to Jeri Flynn & Associates), cash, money order, and all major credit cards at the time of the appointment.


- your immigration status, whether legal or non-legal, in the United States

- relevant pages from passports and INS documents, if available to you (necessary to know the way you last entered the United States, the date of your last entry, and your INS history)

- information potentially relevant to whatever work you feel she might be able to accomplish for you

- for a potential employment-based visa petition, a synopsis of your educational and/or employment history will be useful. If already prepared, your resume will also be useful, but do not prepare one simply for this purpose

- for a potential family-based visa petition, it will be useful for Ms. Flynn to know if you are very closely related (or potentially very closely related) to a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident parent, spouse, or child

- Asylum cases and investor cases are more complicated. Bring whatever you consider especially pertinent

Primarily, You do not need to have extensive information for your first meeting with Ms. Flynn, whether by telephone or in the office. The purpose of the first consultation is to simply determine from basic information what benefits to which you might potentially be entitled under immigration and nationality law.

Documents to bring to your first visit, if applicable:

  1. Passport and/or birth certificate
  2. State or government issued identification
  3. Permanent Resident Card
  4. All documents relating to one's immigration status including:
    • Receipt Notices
    • Approval or Denial Notices
    • Notice to Appear
    • Notice of Hearing from the Immigration Court
    • Copies of previously filed applications

Accepted Forms of Payment Include:
Credit Cards Accepted

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