An Immigration Law Firm With Experience And Heart
Villegas Law Office, PLLC, can help you understand how to move toward your immigration goals.
Serving Clients In South Texas, Throughout The Nation And Worldwide
Our Immigration Practice
Are You A Victim Of Violence?
When Your Family Is Spread Across International Borders, We Can Help
Life can be emotionally, physically and financially difficult when your family members are living apart from one another. We know the struggle that families experience when loved ones are far away. Our firm’s primary focus is the full spectrum of family immigration matters. We will work hard to help you resolve your family immigration challenges.
If your loved one is present in the United States and is detained or awaiting a hearing before an immigration judge for removal or deportation, you and your family must move quickly to build the strongest possible legal defense. We are here for you if your family is up against the uncertainty of removal or deportation proceedings.
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Excerpts Of What Our Clients Say
“ Ana helped me apply for citizenship for my husband a few years ago. Navigating Customs and Immigration is such a complex process. The directions for each form are long and complicated, and the stakes were so high for my husband and me. I was worried about my family. Ana eased my anxiety and gave me all the information my husband and I needed to apply. She gave me an overview of the citizenship process from start to finish, including when each of the applications would be due. ”
– Ashley D., Houston
“ My name is Solange Nirere from Rwanda, Africa. I am a product of the genocide that happened in Rwanda during my birth year of 1994. This tragic circumstance left me without parents, so my elderly grandmother raised me until her death when I was only six years old. The next few years forced me to survive, living on the street on my own or caring for other people’s children and cleaning houses while I was still a child myself. Arlene Brown, a United Methodist from Williamsport, PA, came to Rwanda to establish a children’s home for kids just like me. I lived there for seven years while supported by my now adoptive parents Rev. Sharon and Thomas Landis in the U.S. They brought me to America when I was eighteen.
That is when I met Ana Villegas, an attorney who was instrumental in gaining Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, which eventually lead to my permanent residency. Thank you, Ana, you have made an AWESOME difference in my life. ”
–Solange Nirere, Rwanda
“ When affirmative action became available for students, my mother and I immediately went out in search of an attorney that could help me apply for it. Unfortunately, everywhere we went, the attorneys we met, turned us down. They showed no interest in helping. They all agreed that I didn’t meet the time qualifications. But we didn’t give up, and after knocking on numerous doors, one finally led us to meeting Ms. Villegas.
I would recommend her to anyone because she truly cares. She doesn’t see her clients as just a check, she sees them as family. I was very fortunate to have found Ms. Villegas and I’ll ways be grateful for her hard work. ”