Ask H1B questions free of cost with attorney in USA live on video, chat sessions. Local Indian radio station host immigration programs twice weekly.
homeis have recently tied up with Rajiv Khanna and you can now ask your questions on homeis which will then answered by him. Our next online session with him is on the 26th of April 10am.
Rajiv S. Khanna, US Immigration Attorney, hosts Free Conference Call every other Thursday at 12:30 PM Eastern Standard Time to answer US immigration related questions.
You should call at (202)-800-8394.
You should ask your question on their immigration.com forum first. They create a specific page for each conference call on their forum where you can queue up your question before the call.
Once the call starts, attorney answers the question in the sequence in which they have been asked on their forum page.
Once they have exhausted the forum page questions, they do take questions from people on the call. But, my suggestion is to not rely on the call and queue up your question on forum.
Most of the questions hover around H1B and H4 EAD issues but you can ask your green card and advance parole queries too.
Reddy n Neumann are most accessible employment based immigration attorney today. They answer your H1B, H4, i140, L visa, F1 visa, and other business and study related questions free of cost.
You can write your question in video comments live chat and either Rahul Reddy or Emily Neumann will pick you question and answer right there.
You only get one shot at asking the question as there is no way to ask a follow up question in this video call. So, be specific and to-the-point. Do not ask repeated questions either as they won’t pick it up for answering.
Rahul reddy also holds a completely free conference call everyday from Monday to Friday for 1/2 hour.
You can directly call and ask your question. The good thing is that you are speaking directly to the attorney and can ask follow up question too.
You should dial: +1 720 820 1476
Once you are connected, you will need to wait until the conference starts and then dial *6 and then 1 to be queued for asking a question.
Since the time is limited, it is better to queue yourself as early as possible in the call right at the start by pressing *6.
They shut the call promptly within 30 minutes even if more people are still waiting in queue to ask their question.
You can also email (firstname.lastname@example.org) your question to RN Law group and they reply within 24 hours as per our experience.
Emily writes a blog by the name of immigration girl. You can ask your questions in the comment section and she might reply as per her availability.
Avvo.com is a popular question and answer platform where your query is answered by a real attorney.
AVVO free advice from attorney
You can expect a short and crisp answer from well known and credible attorneys but only if you ask to-the-point question.
Although Avvo is pretty good, the drawback is that Many attorneys would simply just ask you to talk to your employer’s attorney for your L1 or H1B work visa query instead of giving an answer. Not sure why do they even reply on your post if they don’t want to answer!
The platform works both ways in the sense that attorneys get to find some of their prospective clients on avvo.
If you know about more options to ask an Immigration question for free, do let us know in the comments and we will update the article.
Peerally Law firm has been suggested by several guests of our blog as the one who provide free consultation over phone call.
You can schedule a free consultation on their website or simply call on their contact number (510) -742-5887 directly. You can also email (email@example.com) for setting up consultation.
We have not been independently verified this claim though. We suggest to call the shah peerally and then ask if their consultation is free or not before going ahead with your question.
They also run a radio show on KLOK 1170 AM Radio Thursday from 10 am to 11 am (PST) in San Jose, California.
Murthy law firm also answers your H1B and green card questions their LIVE chat.
I think they have stopped doing it but I am not sure. Can anyone confirm if they have used their chat recently?
They also run a free teleconference that’s restricted to employers and their questions.
The next best option to find an answer to your non-immigrant question from Murthy is to search their FAQs page. I have gone through them and its quite extensive and they have touched quite a number of commonly asked situations over the years.
Truvisa.com is a platform for immigrants and aims to answer your queries based on real people’s real experiences.
It is not an attorney affiliated platform at this time but answers are pretty reliable.
The admin, Anil Gupta, is a young immigrant like many of us and collates information from multiple sources and answers Immigration related questions. The website doesn't have an expert on board but most of the answers are quite reliable.
Of course, you can ask all your questions here and we've tied up with multiple experts who will answer your questions. What's more, you can also hire an Immigration lawyer from homeis soon enough with a homeis discount.
Darshan yes sir
Ruth once you apply for permanent resident i20 no longer valid for you bcoz you get temporary resident initially .
Suku I understand that, but I have not applied the change of status yet, we were about to apply it on 30th but when he signs the act it will affect you move right!!
Rupinder actually my post was for Mr. Khanna.