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Noha Immigration Law LLLC —
Based in Honolulu, Hawaii; Serving People Around the World

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Noha Immigration Law LLLC

Office (by appointment only):

The Waikiki Landmark

1888 Kalakaua Ave, Suite C312
Honolulu, HI 96815


2855 E Manoa Rd

Ste 105-350

Honolulu, HI 96822

Please keep in mind that no attorney-client relationship is created by contacting our firm or by paying for and scheduling a consultation with us.

Time-sensitive information should not be sent through our Contact Form. Confidential information should not be sent over the internet or via our Contact Form.

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  • Who do you help?
    Our family-based immigration work assists family members who sponsor a spouse or other family member for permanent residency status in the United States. We also help people become U.S. citizens, and assist others with obtaining a visa to travel to the United States. And if you or a loved one finds yourself in removal proceedings before the Immigration Court or the Board of Immigration Appeals, we will advocate vigorously on your behalf. Our services also include counsel for Hawaii-based employers on I-9 document verification and compliance requirements under the Immigration and Nationality Act, and legal defense againstNotices of Intent to Fine.
  • What are the steps? How does this work?
    Your case will receive Sherry’s personal attention from beginning to end. Sherry will directly let you know whether she is able to assist with your matter. If she is able to, the next step is to schedule a consultation with Sherry to review the unique facts of your case, assess the option(s) available, and strategize the best way to proceed based on your priorities. She will discuss the immigration process with you, address potential risks (if there are any), and work with you to minimize any risks that might apply. Sherry works on each application, legal brief, and case strategy herself. She will walk with you through your immigration or document verification case until the matter is resolved.
  • Why work with Sherry?
    Sherry understands the impact an immigration case can have on an individual or business and, because of this, each client matter is given the individualized attention and care it deserves. While Sherry’s background allows her to offer clients the expertise of years of training by the U.S. government and an “insider’s perspective” on immigration, we think one of the best things Noha Immigration Law offers clients is a level of integrity and genuine compassion that our clients know when they work with us. Sherry will not promise what she cannot deliver, but she will work with your goals in mind and help you rest easier knowing that you are pursuing the best avenue for yourself and your loved ones. More importantly, Sherry will explain immigration rules and processes (and the reasons for them) to you, leaving you with a sense of empowerment as you navigate your plan with her.
  • What happens during the consultation?
    Consultations may be by phone, video conference, or in-person. Each consultation is strictly confidential between you and Sherry. We want you to feel comfortable sharing all the facts of your case, including facts that you believe may adversely impact your matter. Consultations typically run about half an hour, but may go longer if they are in-person or if complex matters must be addressed.
  • How much is a consultation?
    Consultations via video conferencing or phone are $150 plus tax, and in-person consultations are $300 plus tax. Emergency situations that require a consultation within 24 hours of contacting us are subject to an additional $100 fee.
  • What should I bring with me to the consultation?
    Sherry will discuss this with you at the time you schedule your consultation, as the answer varies depending on the nature of your case. We collect most documents after you enter into an Engagement Agreement with the firm. However, if you have had any contact with a Department of Homeland Security agency (e.g., U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Customs and Border Protection, or U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services); the Immigration Court; or another federal, state, or local law enforcement agency, it would be helpful for you to bring a copy of any documents from such agency to your consultation.
  • How do I book a consultation?
    Please fill out the consultation form above, call us at (808) 808-NOHA (6642), or email us at If we think we can assist with your matter, we’ll email you an invoice for the consultation, along with instructions on how to remit payment. Upon our receipt of payment, Sherry will contact you directly to book the consultation.
  • How will we be billed for your immigration legal services?
    Nearly all of our fees are charged on a flat-rate basis, so you know exactly how much our work will cost. There are some cases—these tend to be novel or complex cases—where we may bill our time at an hourly rate. But we will provide our best estimate of the cost to you.
  • Does your firm offer a payment plan?
    We accept payment by check and most major credit cards. We work with a third party to offer a payment plan option in the form of a loan by a company called, Affirm. Applications can be submitted directly to Affirm by clicking the “Pay Online” button at the top right of our Home Page. This will take you to a website operated by LawPay. Under the Payment Method heading, select the button for “Pay Later” and follow the instructions for the financing application.

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~Ronald Reagan

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