Experienced Immigration And Naturalization Representation Protecting Families
Keeping families together is not always as easy as you would think it would be. Challenges like immigration and naturalization can become a big hurdle your loved ones must overcome to stay with you. When these challenges become too big to beat on your own, it may become necessary for an attorney to help.
Here at Quintana | Barajas, we have dedicated ourselves to helping families stay together in the face of complex legal matters. We know the hardships involved with immigration and naturalizations, because one of our attorneys was an immigrant himself. Drawing on this experience and our legal insight, we know how to guide you through these stressful situations.
Legal Guidance You Can Trust
No matter what kind of legal issue you or your loved one is facing related to immigration and naturalization, you want an attorney who is skilled with these matters and can help you. Immigration law is very complex, with many subtle nuances.
It is easy to make a mistake, leading to delays or denials of your application. We understand immigration law and can help ensure that the proper procedures are followed and there are no errors. Our lawyers offer experienced representation for immigration cases involving:
- Humanitarian relief
- Credible and reasonable fear
- Status adjustment
- Green card matters
- Removal issues
Our attorneys take the time to sit down with our clients and truly understand their unique situation. By understanding our clients, we can create a strategy that best suits their needs. We want to see our clients get the best possible outcome in their immigration and naturalization needs, and we have the experience and know-how to achieve that goal.
We know that your immigrations questions and concerns are critical, which is why we are including these immigration links below.
If you have a receipt number for a USCIS cases, you can find the status on a pending application or petitions by entering your receipt number at this site: https://egov.uscis.gov.
If you have a case filed electronically and an account with USCIS, you can find valuable information at this site: https://myaccount.uscis.gov.
If you have a case pending with EOIR, you can find relevant information at this site: https://acis.eoir.justice.gov/en/.
If you are an unrepresented respondent with a case pending with EOIR, you can change your address and obtain case information when you visit this site: https://respondentaccess.eoir.justice.gov/en/.
If you or your loved one is facing citizenship needs, trying to address the issue on your own can result in the separation of your family. Fight to keep your loved ones together with the help of a Texas attorney you can count on.