Ana Lisa Peña

Ana Lisa Peña has practiced law since 2006, and has been an advocate for immigrants in the United States for much longer. During law school, Ms. Peña began working as a student attorney and volunteer with the Advocates for Human Rights and with the Immigrant Law...

Carlos G. Quintana

Mr. Quintana grew up in an immigrant family and saw firsthand how difficult the immigration process can be on an immigrant’s entire family. Having parents who immigrated to the United States for a better life, Mr. Quintana was keenly aware of the various opportunities...

Jose R. Barajas

Jose Barajas was born and raised in Austin, Texas. He graduated from W. Charles Akins High School in 2006. He attended college at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas, graduating in 2010. After college, Mr. Barajas entered law school and obtained his Juris Doctor...
To our current, former or potential clients

To our current, former or potential clients

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....
A todos nuestros clientes actuales, antiguos y potenciales

A todos nuestros clientes actuales, antiguos y potenciales

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...
A Note about Advance Parole

A Note about Advance Parole

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...
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