Answering Your Immigration Questions
In the U.S. today, conversations on immigration are more heated than ever. As a result of lawmakers’ changing views on this topic, people who are trying to obtain permanent residency or become American citizens may feel they have limited options to change their status. If you are concerned about your legal rights and your ability to remain in California to raise a family and work, you are not alone.
Since 1993, Paul F. Kinsler, founding attorney of Kinsler Law Offices, has been promoting the rights of undocumented workers in Ventura County and Santa Barbara County. He considers it his vocation to represent individuals who are seeking citizenship so that they may live their lives without fear of deportation. Fluent in Spanish, Paul can explain federal immigration guidelines, policies and procedures so that you will understand the decisions you will need to make and the long-term results of the choices made.
We Can Provide Solutions For Your Immigration Concerns
When you hire our firm, you will benefit from the comprehensive range of immigration services we provide, including:
- Employment-based immigration
- Marriage visas
- Family-based immigration
- Applications for naturalization and citizenship
- Applications for green cards and visas
As a result of your residential status, you may be afraid to seek legal advice for issues beyond immigration. Our legal staff can advise you in matters relating to other practice areas, including:
From your first consultation with us until your last meeting at our firm, your case will be supervised by an experienced legal professional who will treat you with the dignity you deserve.
Our Immigration Lawyer Can Help You Today
At Kinsler Law Offices, we are committed to your welfare. It is for this reason that we do not charge legal fees until your case is successfully resolved. Please schedule an initial meeting with us by dialing or submitting information through our online contact form.
We will meet you at any of our four offices in Oxnard, Santa Ana, Santa Paula and Santa Barbara.