If you have immigration questions, you must schedule a consultation.

Attorney Nelson A. Castillo only sees clients by appointment.

To make an appointment, call the office at 213-537-VISA (8472) or write to info@castilloimmigration.com.

 

If there’s no answer, please leave a message clearly stating your name, phone number and best time to reach you. We will return your call as soon as possible.

We do not answer legal questions or give advice by phone or email unless you schedule an immigration consultation or are currently a client of attorney Castillo.

If you are outside the United States, you must call or send an email to schedule an immigration consultation.

We not return calls to the outside unless you are a client of attorney Castillo.

CONSULTATION COSTS

The costs vary depending on the type of case and person’s immigration history.

If you hire attorney Castillo to represent you within the week of your appointment, you will get a credit for the amount of the consultation towards the payment of your case.

DACA

Free phone consultation

Only for people who have never had immigration or criminal arrests anywhere in the world, including immigration arrests at the border and within the United States.

Family Petitions

Starting at $ 150

$ 150 – if the person has no criminal or immigration arrests.

From $ 350 – if the person has a criminal record, has been arrested by immigration, or has a pending case with USCIS, the State Department or the Immigration Court case.

Citizenship

Starting at $ 150

$ 150 – if the person has no criminal or immigration arrests.

From $ 350 – if the person has a criminal record, has been arrested by immigration, or has a pending case with USCIS, the State Department or the Immigration Court case.

Employment and investor visas

Starting at $ 350

Cost of consultation varies depending on type of visa. Call the office to confirm the exact amount.

 

Cases in Immigration Court, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service or the State Department

Starting at $ 350

 

Asylum Cases

Starting at $ 350

Consultation is to assess eligibility of an asylum case before USCIS or Immigration Court.

DOCUMENTS TO BRING TO THE CONSULTATION

EACH CASE IS DIFFERENT. WE WILL GIVE YOU SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT.

  • Identity documents: passport, birth certificate and driver’s license.
  • Evidence of legal status: US passport, naturalization certificate, permanent resident card or work permits.
  • If you have or have had immigration cases against U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the State Department or Immigration Court, bring all documents related to your immigration case, including letters you have received from government offices.
  • If you have been arrested in the past or have a criminal record, bring the following documents:

1. If no criminal charges were filed, bring a letter from the police or the prosecutor detailing that charges were not filed against you. Also, go to the court in your jurisdiction and obtain a letter stating that there was never criminal case filed against you.

2. If you were tried in a criminal court, obtain a summary of your case (court disposition) from the clerk. The document should have your name, the date the case was filed against you, the charges, and what was the outcome on the case. The document must bear the seal of the court.

3. Reports of FBI fingerprint or the California Department of Justice, if any.

  • If you have been the victim of a crime, bring the following documents:

1. Reports you have made to the police

2. Medical files from doctors or psychologists indicating you were in medical treatment

  • Persons interested in applying for business visas should bring information on employment or investments they wish to make. For example, the description of the position and salary that will be paid to the employee,work history of prospective employees and the employer’s financial information.

Documents can be copies of the originals.