Galindo, Texas

Zavala Law, PLLC

Zavala Law, PLLC

706B W Ben White Blvd, #110B
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 443-4788
Zavala Law, PLLC, Immigration Lawyers, Services, Austin, Texas

Gaining permanent residence in the United States involves many steps and is a lengthy process, but having an experienced immigration lawyer on your side is extremely beneficial when receiving or renewing your residence status. At Zavala Law, PLLC located in Austin, TX, their lawyers are dedicated to providing excellent legal advice for the Latino community in Williamson and Bell Counties. 

With more than 30 years of experience, Zavala Law, PLLC offers professional legal services from knowledgeable lawyers who are skilled in a variety of areas, including the asylum process, refugee status, and work permit extensions. They will work with you to find solutions to your challenging immigration case. 

Additionally, their attorneys have assisted in getting workers the necessary documentation they needed to apply for green cards. Once the process of obtaining your legal status begins, they will work relentlessly to avoid obstacles that might delay the proceedings.

The lawyers at Zavala Law, PLLC care deeply about the lives of their clients, so if your loved one is facing deportation, they will fight to make sure they obtain citizenship. Your family will have their case thoroughly reviewed and analyzed to create an appropriate course of action.

Don’t handle your immigration issues alone; get the help of the knowledgeable lawyers at Zavala Law, PLLC. To schedule a free consultation, call them today at (512) 443-4788 or visit them online.

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