How to make an appointment?
For appointment request, thank you to contact us from Monday to Friday, 9 am to 20h at 07 69 16 11 51
Outside of these hours and at any time, you can send us your request for an appointment by E Email
NB: The emergency is eg characterized by deprivation of liberty (administrative detention), a removal pending or threatened proceedings, the urgent need to challenge a decision taken by the Administration within 24H or 48H.
I am in the provinces or abroad , how to make an appointment?
We regularly assist clients throughout the French territory, before all prefectures and administrative courts (first application for regularization and residence permits, work authorization applications, as renewal of stay, change of status, family reunification ) .dropoff window
We also work in front of the consulates of France abroad to prepare and introduce visas (tourist visa, spouse visa along French, long student visa, visa long visitor visa short / long French family).
Many of our customers live in the provinces or abroad. For a first consultation, we regularly hold conference calls with clients to an initial legal analysis of consultation. Conference calls (as appointments to the cabinet) will take place on Friday, every week of the year.
For customers based abroad (visa applications), we conduct telephone interviews to gather the pieces of information required to process your file. It is also possible to send us a summary of your situation to get a response from our firm quotation.
Regularization, Visa, Stay, Work, Family Reunion & Nationality:
Thank you to note that no legal advice can not be issued on this public site because of confidentiality and the time required for the study of each situation. Thank you for your understanding.
Our firm always available to assist you if needed (appointment request: 07 69 16 11 51 or e-mail).
This public site is powered by Raphael Master APELBAUM , lawyer to the Bars of Paris and New York.
Our firm is involved only in aliens / immigration law and regularly advises individuals and companies in their efforts and disputes with the French government for the whole immigration issue.