COVID-19: Do you need immigration advice?
If you are seeking legal advice from Nomos, we offer an initial consultation service where you can meet with one of our expert immigration lawyers to confidentially discuss your matter.
Our first consultation with you is important. The initial consultation marks the beginning of our professional relationship and serves two purposes – it enables us to determine the nature of your issue so that we can provide specific advice about your best course of action. The second and very important purpose is for you to determine whether we are the right lawyers for you!
During the consultation, we will seek information about your circumstances and then assess your case in order to provide you with clear advice. We will inform you of all the available options and recommend a course of action to assist you to achieve the desired outcome. Our clients value the reliable advice that we provide in relation to their options and our strategic guidance in relation to the next steps in their case. If you would like us to assist after the consultation, we will provide you with an estimate of our costs to do so.
The consultation is up to an hour in length and can be held in person or by way of a teleconference or Skype call. If you require an interpreter, we can arrange this for you provided that you pay for the interpreter’s services prior to the consultation.
We charge AUD385 (including GST, where applicable) for an initial consultation. The fee is payable in advance and held in our law firm trust account until such time as we have conducted the consultation. For us to book you in for a consultation, we will need some basic details from you including your full name, telephone number, email address and street address.
**We are currently offering special consultations for anyone with an immigration enquiry related to COVID-19. Please click here for more information. Please also note that we are dedicated to the health and safety of our team, our clients and the general public, and are committed to taking all possible precautions to minimise the spread of COVID-19. As such, we continue to conduct initial consultations via video conferencing platforms or telephone only. We will not be conducting in-person consultations until further notice.**