Top San Antonio Immigration Lawyers - Texas

The Law Office of Alfonso Venegas provides experienced counsel in immigration and naturalization matters in both the United States and Mexico. As an immigrant who navigated the citizenship process himself, Alfonso Venegas is pleased to represent immigrants seeking citizenship in the U.S. or in Mexico. Providing legal services in fluent English and Spanish, our clients are assured of clear...

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The San Antonio law office of Trevino Immigration Law was established to help the individuals, families and employers who were struggling to navigate the complex and ever-changing U.S. immigrations process. The events of September 11, 2001, resulted in the creation of the Department of Homeland Security, and strict, new immigration policies that were designed to make us safer, but also made the...

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