Green Cards (Common)
National Interest Waivers
Professors & Researchers
Executives & Managers
PERM Labor Certification
Investors (EB-5 visas)
Family (Spouse, etc.)
Work Visas (Common)
O-1 Extraordinary Ability
TN Canadians & Mexicans
J-1 Visa Holders
Nurses & Physical Therapists
Via email (preferred method of contact):
Via mail, express mail, or hand delivery:
Elizabeth Peng, Esq. ,
PLLC 3035 Island Crest Way, Suite 200
3035 Island Crest Way, Suite 200
Note about phone calls:
Although we are happy to take your phone call at any time (including emergencies), we normally cannot give you a free evaluation until we receive your information via email, mail, etc. Unless you are a company representative, such as a Human Resources Director, we will ask you to provide us the necessary background information before we can provide a free evaluation. Also, as a general rule, we do not quote fees on the phone without first having had a chance to review your background information.
What type of information we need depends on the type of help you need. The better the information you provide us, the better the evaluation we can provide you in the free evaluation.
If you are interested in obtaining a free evaluation related to any of the following types of cases . . .
. . . please provide the following information:
Special note regarding L-1 visas: If you are inquiring about the possibility of an L-1 visa, please also include:
If you are interested in any other services . . .
This is what we provide free of charge:
By "honest and objective assessment," we mean that we do not exaggerate your chance of success or create a false sense of hope as a means of soliciting your business. If we determine that your case has no reasonable possibility of success, we will tell you that up front. Please keep in mind, however, that this does not mean that we will not help you if your case is "difficult." In fact, our law firm is probably best known among our clients for solving difficult and complex immigration cases, especially in the area of achievement-based immigration.
If your case is "difficult," we would still be more than happy to help you and we will still do our very best to achieve your desired result. We work very hard for our clients and have a lot of confidence in our abilities. Before we allow you to invest your hard-earned money in a case that has a low chance of success, we first ensure that all three of the following factors are met:
Our free evaluation is not a "consultation." It is not in our best interests or yours for us to give you a less-than-thorough evaluation just because it's "free." Based on our years of experience, we can quickly tell whether we can readily answer your questions, or whether the answer requires significant legal work to answer.
Specifically, we cannot answer complex legal issues or conduct significant legal research to answer your questions as part of the free evaluation. What we will be able to provide to you for free is whether we will be able to help you, whether your case is likely to be successful, how long it is likely to take, and how much it is likely to cost. If we are unable to determine these factors without substantial substantive work, we will tell you so. In appropriate cases, we will also give you the option of scheduling a paid consultation instead.
We know that your immigration case is very important to you, and please be assured that it is also very important to us. We provide free evaluations for the following reasons:
Better information results in better evaluations
No matter what your concerns or questions are or the type of help you need, please provide us with sufficiently detailed information, so we can conduct a more thorough evaluation of your case and provide you with better, more comprehensive information about what we feel are your best options and what are the primary risks of each option.
We cannot contact you if you don't leave a number
Please make sure that you include your phone number (both daytime and evening), so we can contact you to discuss your case after evaluating your information.
Please let us know if someone referred you to us
If you were referred to us by a satisfied former client of Peng & Weber, please let us know that in your materials, so we can thank them for the referral.
We do not become your lawyer until you sign our retainer agreement.
We do not become your lawyer until we decide to take your case and we have received a signed retainer agreement and deposit. Please see hiring Peng & Weber for more information.