We at Adomat Immigration respect the data privacy and security of our clients and visitors to our website and, at all times, we keep your personal and non-personal information confidential while strictly adhering to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union.
What type of information do we collect?
Through our booking portal hosted by Acuity Scheduling, we collect the following types of information when you schedule a consultation online: Date and time of your consultation; your first and last name; and your phone number and email address.
We also ask you for the following information prior to your consultation:
How did you hear about us?
Where are you currently located (city, country)? *
What is your country of citizenship?
Your most recent CV/resume
Have you ever had a US visa?
Have you ever been denied a US visa or entry into the US? *
How can we help? If you have a specific US immigration concern, please provide us a description below.
Is there any additional information you would like us to know before our consultation? (optional)
If you call us or write an email to schedule an appointment, then we will ask you for your current location, citizenship, CV/resume, your US visa/green card history and your plans regarding your move to the United States.
Through the embedded app WEB-STAT, we collect the following website traffic data when you interact with our website: Date and time of visit; new or return visitor; referrer (webpages that sends visitors to our website); entry page (subpage you used to enter our website ); the country, city and zip code associated with your IP address; anonymized IP address (the last three digits of your IP address are not collected); your operating system, browser and type of device (e.g., smartphone or tablet). The website traffic data is anonymous meaning that it cannot be associated to a specific individual.
Through our payment processing providers or accounting software we collect the following payment information: Date of bill issued; date of bill paid; amount paid; amount outstanding; contact information of payer; last 4 digits, type, and expiry date of credit card (if applicable)
Why do we collect and how do we use personal and non-personal information?
We collect website traffic data to evaluate our reach and create aggregated statistical visitor data. This helps us to improve our client outreach and service.
We require the pre-consultation information to evaluate your personal situation and to determine what types of visa and green cards you would qualify for given your plans and background. We need this personal information prior to your appointment to prepare for your consultation and to provide you with the best information and immigration advice possible.
If you retain our services, we use the information you provide us with to prepare and file your visa or green card application or petition. Depending on your case, such information can include other data such as work address, employment history, financial statements of companies, etc.
How do we and our service providers collect, store, share, and disclose our users’ personal and non-personal information?
We collect the personal and non-personal information outlined above when you interact with our website, schedule a consultation online, retain our services, or contact us via phone or email.
We store collected personal and non-personal information on our firm’s secured computers, and we create data backups and upload them to our Internet-based storage platform provider.
We do not and never will share your personal and non-personal data with a third party. The personal information and website traffic data we collect is for internal use only. We take data security and privacy seriously and we treat all personal and non-personal information confidentially.
Our professional third-party service providers Wix.com, WEB-STAT and Acuity Scheduling act on our behalf and may store and process your data on secure servers behind firewalls. We are the “controller” of your personal information and can direct our service providers as the data “processors” to delete your personal information upon your request.
Acuity Scheduling (Squarespace)
To process payments for initial consultations, we employ the payment processors Stripe and Paypal. Both are integrated in our booking portal provided by Acuity Scheduling. When our visitors schedule a consultation and select a payment method, Acuity Scheduling passes the complete payment information along to our payment processors. Acuity Scheduling does not collect or store payment information. Stripe and Paypal handle your payment information according to their privacy policies.
We also offer our clients to pay for initial consultations and immigration services via bank transfers. Please consult your financial institutions’ privacy policies for more information on how they handle your data.
How do you consent and withdraw consent to processing your personal and non-personal information?
By scheduling a consultation either online, via email or over the phone, you consent to sharing your personal information with us for the sole purpose of evaluating and preparing your initial consultation and/or immigration application or petition.
By accepting our cookie settings or by continuing to interact with our website, you consent to our cookie usage and website traffic data collection through WEB-STAT.
If you do not want us to process and store your personal and non-personal information anymore, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a letter via mail to: Spandauer Damm 46, 14059 Berlin, Germany.
For what purpose do we communicate with you?
We may contact you to notify you regarding your consultation, to request information to work on your visa or green card application or petition, to discuss your application or petition, to send out retainer agreements, to issue bills, to collect fees or monies owed, to follow up with you on your plans regarding immigration to the United States and to update you on your application’s status.
How do we communicate with you?
We may contact you via email, telephone, video conference and postal mail.
Which cookies do we use?
Cookies are small text files and are necessary to enable services and functionality on our site. They are either temporarily stored on your device for the duration of a session (session cookies) or permanently (permanent cookies). Session cookies are automatically deleted at the end of your visit. Permanent cookies remain stored on your device until you delete them yourself or until your web browser automatically resolves them.
Cookies have various functions. Many cookies are technically essential because certain website functions would not work without them. Other cookies are used to evaluate user behavior or display advertising
In some cases, cookies from third-party companies may also be stored on your terminal device when you enter our site (third-party cookies). These enable us or you to use certain services of the third-party company (e.g. cookies for the processing of payment services).
Our website is hosted on the Wix.com platform and employs the following cookies:
Our booking portal hosted by Acuity Scheduling utilizes the following cookies:
Our payment processors Stripe and Paypal also employ their own cookies to deliver their services. Our website traffic app WEB-STAT does not add cookies to your browser to collect anonymous website traffic data.
Notes and disclaimers
With our website we want to inform you about our law firm and our immigration services as well as provide you a brief overview of available US visa and green card options. This does not constitute legal advice and is not applicable to individual cases. Our website has the sole purpose of providing information and cannot – and is not meant to – replace legal advice from a qualified US immigration lawyer.
The contents of this website are protected by trademark and/or copyright law. It is therefore not permitted to download, duplicate, or distribute the website in whole or in part.
We assume liability for the contents of this website within the framework of the legal regulations in Germany. Although we strive to provide you with accurate and up-to-date information, we cannot guarantee the correctness and completeness of the information contained on the website.
We checked all links embedded in our website for the existence of illegal or offensive external content. However, it is not possible for us to constantly check the referenced external content for changes and possible legal infringements. If we discover or are informed by others that the external content referenced on our website contains an infringement, we will immediately remove the corresponding link.
Question and requests
The party responsible for data processing on this website is:
Spandauer Damm 46
Tel: +49 30 27 99 98 16