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Thank you for your interest in making an appointment with us so we can help you with your immigration issue.

If you would like to make an appointment during regular business hours you can do so by booking below. Consultations generally run an hour, some go a little quicker some take a little longer. Consultations during regular business hours are $200.00 however if you decide to hire us within six months, that fee will be credited to your account. So in effect if you hire us the consultation will be free otherwise we just need to charge for our time.

We also offer evening and weekend appointments however you need to contact us directly in order to schedule such a time. A weekend or evening consultation is $300.00 but again that fee will be credited to your account should we move forward in the next six months. There is no consultation fee for current clients.

At this time due to COVID 19 we are only doing virtual appointments over Skype or Google Meets. However, we still need to meet with all the parties I will be representing prior to agreeing to take on your case. If you would like to book a time, please contact us directly.

Thank you for your understanding and I hope you, your family and friends all stay safe and healthy during these current times.



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      Paul C. Hannaford, Esq.Principal Attorney


      Paul is now a U.S. citizen, however, he was initially born in Hong Kong, Paul with dual citizenship in both the United Kingdom and Ireland. and he has held both a non-immigrant visa and been a green card holder. As Paul has personal experience with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, he and can empathize in all matters relating to U.S. immigration. It was through these experiences that led him to become an Immigration Attorney.

      Upon graduating from law school in the UK, Paul worked in financial services with Merrill Lynch in Ireland before pursuing a legal career. He has worked in both criminal and civil law before devoting his attention and pursuing his passion by focusing solely on Immigration Law.

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