The appointment you scheduled will be your personal time to discuss  
your case with an attorney. Our goal is to answer ALL immigration
questions you may have about only YOUR case! We want you to get
good value for your money, so below are some tips to get the most
from our visit.
  Be Prepared for Your Consultation. You may want to write down  
  before your appointment any important dates and specific questions  
you want answered. We want to give you the most accurate advice
  possible, and incorrect facts can lead to incorrect advice! The  
consultation will be in English.
You will be receiving legal advice from a highly-qualified
attorney. U.S. Immigration laws are complicated and there may be
a solution to your problem that is not what you expected. For us to
fully understand your case we may ask you a number of questions
that you may not think are important. However, we are just exploring
all possible options, so be complete and truthful with your answers.
Call us when it is time for your appointment.
..............By Phone: Please call our office at (001)(816) 356-7100
..............at your scheduled time. You will be immediately transferred
..............to a principal attorney.
..............By Skype: At least 24 hours in advance of your
..............appointment, add our Skypename AustinFergusonLLC
..............to your contact list so we can approve you as a caller.
..............You can then call us from your contact list when it is time
..............for your appointment.
Rescheduling: We understand that plans change, so we allow up
to two reschedulings at no charge as long as we are notified at least
24 hours before the appointment time. The rescheduled
appointments must be within 60 days of the original appointment
time. Please E-mail your request to reschedule, along with an
available new time from our appointment calendar, to
Cancellations: Once booked and paid, no refund can be issued.
However, a consultation can be rescheduled or given to a friend or
relative who may also need immigration assistance. Should
technical difficulties occur during a consultation, we will find a
convenient time for you to complete the consultation.
Sending Documents in Advance for Review. You are not
required to show us any documents during the interview, but if you
already have a history with the U.S. Immigration Services, seeing
your past papers may help us better understand your case. If there
are some documents you wish us to view (15 pages maximum), they
can be sent via Skype during your consultation, or scanned and
e-mailed in advance to Consultations@AustinFerguson.com.
Always place your name and date of interview on the documents!
Typical documents that may be helpful include petitions, filing
receipts, approval letters, NVC correspondence, prior visas, entry
stamps, etc.
    If you are going to prepare the immigration forms yourself, you can    
    send us your drafts and we would be happy to review what you have    
    prepared and advise you on any corrections or additions. We do not    
    need to see such items as birth or marriage certificates or passport    
    identity pages, unless there is something unusual on those    
    documents that you wish to discuss.