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Immigration & Injury Attorneys


Since 2010, The Echavarria Law Firm has focused it’s practice on immigration law, primarily in the areas of legalization, citizenship, and work visas. Let us handle your issues so that you can be compliant with US immigration law.


Schedule a consultation with a immigration lawyer, please call (210) 320-5633 or fill out the contact form below. Please include a description of the legal assistance you are seeking.





The Echavarria Law Firm offers the following legal services:

There are different ways to obtain lawful permanent residency through a family-based immigrant visa. A U.S. citizen can file a Petition for Alien Relative to immigrate a spouse, children, parents, or siblings. Legal permanent residents can petition for a spouse and unmarried children. The petitioner can then help their family member obtain their green card through either adjustment of status or consular processing.  Learn more

Certain undocumented individuals who have been the victim of domestic violence or other violent crimes may qualify to obtain legal status under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) or through a U-visa. An experienced immigration attorney can help a victim to “self-petition” and apply for certain immigration benefits to overcome the threat of deportation.   Learn more

Depending on your personal history and current situation, becoming a U.S. citizen through naturalization can be a complicated process that involves much more than just passing a test. You may also be able to qualify for automatic citizenship through a parent.  Learn more

If you are an employer seeking to bring certain foreign professional employees to the U.S. or you are a foreign investor looking to open or purchase a business in the U.S., there are many requirements under the law you must comply with to be successful in getting the visa you need.  Learn more

If you have been arrested or convicted of a crime, been detained or questioned by immigration officials, or spent a significant amount of time outside of the United States since getting your residency card, applying for your new card may not be a straightforward process. An immigration attorney needs to review your record to make sure you qualify to renew without facing a risk of being placed into deportation proceedings.  Learn more

Did you apply for a visa, residency, citizenship, or other immigration benefit that was denied by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)? When a case is denied, USCIS will usually give you a very limited amount of time to appeal their decision. If you receive one of these denials, do not hesitate to seek help as soon as possible. An immigration attorney with experience in fighting these denials can review your case and assess how to respond to give you the best chance of reopening and possibly winning your case.  Learn more

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is currently in an uncertain state. At this time, USCIS is accepting applications for renewal, however, the Trump Administration is making moves to try to stop this and change the program completely in the very near future. It is recommended that anyone who may qualify to renew their DACA benefits and employment authorization do so as soon as possible.  Learn more

Need help taking care of a traffic ticket in Bexar County? I may be able to help you resolve the matter and save you the hassle of dealing with the court yourself.  Learn more

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Elizabeth is a compassionate and dedicated attorney who loves her work helping the immigrant community and their families.

He believes the mission of the Echavarria Law Firm is to help others through difficult times.

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