The Abogado Ernesto Law Group

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Family Immigration

Can I fill out the forms and send them myself? Why do I need an immigration lawyer?
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Removal and Deportation Defense

If you have a friend, family member, or loved one who is in jail for a criminal case because of an immigration
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Immigration Consequences for Criminal Acts

If you are currently without legal immigration status and you’ve been charged with a criminal act,

No money? No Problem!
We offer flexible payment fees!

We understand that in our troubled economy, it’s challenging for hard-working people to pay for legal fees up-front. In addition to offer income-based help to those who qualify, we offer flexible payment plans with a low initial payment.
Call us today for a consultation! We look forward to serving you.

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They are kind people and treat you with respect. They work with you to help you with what you need. And explain everything for you to understand.
 

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Mr.Walsh & his team including his office manager Luis have been fantastic! They helped our family through a difficult immigration process & we couldn’t be more thrilled with the outcome. THANK YOU to everyone at Walsh & Associates!!!
 

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Immigration News

What Biden plans to change for US Immigrants?

What Biden plans to change for US Immigrants?

It is well known that one of Biden’s first priorities will be to adjust and reverse all the changes President Trump has made within the US Immigration system that may have been inhumane and against our nation’s values. Some of the plans Biden has for his first 100...

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Information about TPS

Information about TPS

What is TPS? The Temporary Protected Status (TPS), granted by the Department of Homeland Security, is a temporary status given to eligible nationals of designated countries who are present in the United States. The status, afforded to nationals from some countries...

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Migrant children detained in hotels

Migrant children detained in hotels

The Trump administration has increased its use of hotels to detain immigrant children before expelling them from the United States during the coronavirus pandemic. Federal authorities said they detained 577 unaccompanied children through the end of July, up from 240...

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