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    Question regarding fee? Are they being used correctly?

    1) How much will you charge for your service fee?
    2) What is your service fee?
    3) What is the price of your law/immigration/labor service fee?

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    Re: Question regarding fee? Are they being used correctly?

    Quote Originally Posted by scott833 View Post
    1) How much will you charge for your service fee?
    2) What is your service fee?
    3) What is the price of your law/immigration/labor service fee?

    How much will you charge for as your service fee?

    One cannot charge for a fee. You can charge for services, for goods, for bananas, etc.

    What is the price of your law/immigration/labor service fee?

    what is the price of your fee is like saying what is the price of your price

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