Welcome To Peña & Quintana
The firm’s founding partners, Ana Lisa Peña and Carlos G. Quintana, came together around shared principles. We believe that all families should have the right to stay together in the place where they have built their lives.
If you have a family member who is a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you may be eligible to apply for a green card.
There are several legal remedies available to those in removal proceedings in immigration court.
Peña & Quintana also represents employers and employees in the the following categories of employment-based visas, as well as others:
We strive to provide excellent, effective legal representation to all our clients. Attorneys Peña & Quintana set out to create a law office in which the attorneys are accessible to our clients and have ample time to communicate with clients directly. We have structured our office and our practice to allow for thoroughgoing consultation with our potential clients and attentive client follow up, to achieve our goal of ensuring to the best of our ability that our clients understand in detail the nature of the case.
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The November election and the new administration’s recent announcements and orders, as well as rumored announcements, have left many of us in a state of concern and even fear about what the future may hold for families, businesses, communities, and for individuals....read more
La elección de Noviembre y los anuncios y las acciones de la nueva administración, y también anuncios rumoreados, han dejado muchos en un estado de preocupación, aun temor, sobre el porvenir de familias, empresas, comunidades y para individuos. Mucho es todavía...read more
We have been asked by some of our clients whether the Immigration Service has suspended processing requests for advance parole, or travel permits, for DACA recipients. The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) has confirmed that USCIS “continues "to process...read more