Immigration Lawyer Working For You
The immigration lawyer at Gireud | Hobbs, PLLC, provides comprehensive immigration services for people residing in South Texas, for people in other countries who wish to move to the U.S., and for people in immigration detention facilities in South Texas.
Our South Texas immigration lawyers handle employment visas, family visas, criminal defense for resident aliens facing criminal charges that could affect their immigration status, and deportation/removal defense. If you need help with these or any other immigration matters, call (210) 787-3916 or contact us online for a free initial consultation.
Gireud | Hobbs, PLLC assists skilled professionals and business investors with work-related visas in the United States.
- We assist employees who qualify for a work visa based on a college degree or a qualifying job offer with TN, H1B, and H2B.
- We assist employers in securing visas for qualified job applicants from abroad.
Family Based Immigration
Gireud | Hobbs also works on family based immigration visas in order to help you and your family obtain residency and citizenship. Our immigration lawyers can assist you in applying for a visa for your fiancé, spouse, child or parent. Did your family bring you unlawfully into the United States when you were a child? You may qualify for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). We are here to help.
Deportation Defense Attorneys
At Gireud | Hobbs, PLLC, we know how difficult it can be to have a loved one separated from you in a detention facility and facing the possibility of deportation from the United States. This situation affects the entire family. We work hard to keep families together, to obtain a bond so your loved one gets out of the detention facility, and to stop the deportation.
Our attorneys and staff speak Spanish and are ready to help.
Criminal Defense for Crimes That Impact Immigration Status
Some criminal charges have unexpected immigration consequences some lawyers know this and some don’t. If you’ve been charged with a crime and you are an immigrant, you want to work with a defense lawyer who understands that challenge before any attempt is made to plea bargain or plead guilty.
Past criminal convictions can come back to haunt you; could even lead to deportation. It may be possible to reopen an old case and plead it again. Talk with one of our immigration criminal defense lawyers.