Below are some questions we are frequently asked by individuals interested in our services. If you have any other questions, do not hesitate to contact our office.

Do you charge a consultation fee?

Yes. Attorney Andrea F. Chavarria personally meets with each individual or couple to explain their options, procedures, and process. Each consultation lasts between 30-45 minutes. We kindly ask that only the necessary family members attend the consultation.

Can I schedule a consultation if I live outside of the Dallas area?

Yes. If the individual cannot consult with us in person, we can arrange a telephonic or video consultation.

Can you represent me if I live abroad?

Yes. We represent individuals from all over the world. We usually communicate with our clients abroad through e-mail, telephone, and video chat.

I have all the forms filled out. Can you review them during the consultation?

No. Our firm handles each case from beginning to end. The purpose of a consultation is to explore the best options for an individual. Afterwards, if the individual decides to retain our services, we begin working on the individual's case.

Should I bring anything to the consultation?

Yes. If you have ever been arrested or detained by a law enforcement agency (immigration, police, etc.), we ask that you bring any and all relevant documents.

My family member is currently detained. Can you visit him or her?

Yes. Attorney Andrea F. Chavarria regularly visits detained individuals. She can visit detained individuals who are under criminal or immigration custody. Family members should contact our office for more information.