We will provide a fee quote to you after evaluating your case and situation. We are committed to beating all major competitors’ rates while outmatching their services.
Usually our attorney fees can be paid in two installments: half upfront as initial retainer fee and the rest half fee contingent and due upon case approval. Our contingent flat fee (rather than an hourly fee) is designed to keep us accountable to our clients and to deliver the best possible results.
We offer free initial consultation to H1B, L1, I-140 potential clients, and those aspiring immigrants who are ready to take immediate action for their immigration plan.
We never charge our clients for phone calls, emails or meetings. We encourage our clients to contact us as often as they want.
Law Offices of Daqin Zhang accepts the following methods of payment: cash, personal checks, money orders, traveler’s checks, cashier’s checks, wire transfers, and Alipay.
Please make checks payable to: Law Offices of Daqin Zhang
Our mailing address is:
Law Offices of Daqin Zhang
17700 Castleton Street, Suite 402, City of Industry, CA, 91748
Tel: (626) 346-0909
- Wire Transfer Information:
Please contact Law Offices of Daqin Zhang for account information and wire instruction if you would like to make a wire transfer.
We accept attorney fee payment through Alipay. Please contact us for payment instruction.
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