Question to Ask Your Immigration Attorney about Bail Bondserikaadmin
There are vast differences between immigration bail bonds and normal bail bonds. For this reason, it will be of little value for you to seek out an attorney who is not familiar with the differences. In fact, it could cause things to turn out horribly for you if you do. This is the value of the free consultation my office offers all potential clients. Here are some questions to ask your attorney to help you prepare for your bail bond hearing.
What is an Immigration Bond Hearing?
An immigration hearing is proceedings in front of an immigration judge. The outcome of this hearing will determine the eligibility of an individual for bond and establish the amount of the bond. Just as is the case with a normal bond hearing you have the right to be represented by an attorney. This attorney should always be an immigration attorney.
How long have you been helping families with immigration bonds issues?
Experience is a great teacher. In fact, many people believe that it is the best teacher. Before you seek out an attorney who can help you prepare for your bond hearing, make sure that he or she is experienced in this field and that they have a proven track record of success.
What happens if the immigrant fails to show up for court?
As an attorney I strongly advise you to obey all laws that you are compelled to follow. For example, if you do not show up for court a warrant may be issued for your arrest which could lead to your being deported from the country. Thus, it is always best to show up for court on time no matter how much you may fear the outcome.
How much do you charge?
Finding out how much an attorney charges is one of the most important things you should know from the start. In deciding whether you can meet your financial obligation to the attorney you should consider that most attorneys will work to make out a payment schedule with potential clients. Also, know that what is at stake when it comes to immigration proceedings can be far costlier than any monetary expense. As someone who knows immigration rights in Los Angeles, the initial consultation is always free.
How will a consultation help me?
A consultation is of value to you in a number of ways. First, it lets a professional gauge the strength (and weaknesses) of your case. Second, it lets you know if the attorney is right for you. Lastly, it helps you prepare for subsequent legal proceedings.
No matter what your situation is you should always come to your consultation with a list of questions you wish to ask the attorney. Otherwise, the consultation will be of little value to you and he/she will not be able to determine whether or not you and he/she are compatible. So, if you are asking where I can find an immigration lawyer near me, look no further that my firm.