Our Legal Practices

What We Provide

We understand how difficult it can be to be away from family. Our goal is to keep families together. We handle Family-based Petitions, Spouse Visas, and Fiancé Visas.

Contact us at Meneses Law to get your petition started.  

U.S. Immigration Law provides three different visas for victims of crimes who want to stay in or come to the U.S.: U-Visa, VAWA Visa, and T-Visa. 

We understand the sensitivity of these cases. Please contact us if you have been a victim of a crime as we can help legalize your status.


It is imperative to consult with an experienced immigration attorney, such as Meneses Law, to correctly identify your eligibility for permanent residence in the United States. The wrong help can land you in deportation proceedings or can make you lose thousands of dollars in government application fees.

It is important to have us by your side when requesting for Asylum. The stakes are very high in such sensitive case. 

We can help you navigate the system and help you succeed on you case.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, is a federal program created in 2012 to protect undocumented immigrants who entered the country as minors from deportation proceedings. DACA allows eligible applicants to defer removal for two years.

We can help you determine your eligibility and process any renews. 

Need a Waiver?


A wavier is needed when you are considered inadmissible to the United States. If you are inadmissible, you could be denied a visa to enter the U.S., refused entry to the U.S., or denied adjustment of status.

LABOR CERTIFICATIONS

Every year, there are roughly 140,000 employment-based immigration visas made available to foreign workers. To be considered for a work visa, your prospective employer must obtain a labor certification approval and petition for the alien worker.
We can help navigate worker visas.

If you have been living in the U.S. as a lawful permanent citizen and are ready to pursue obtaining citizenship, we can help you take this exciting next step.

The threat of deportation is an extremely traumatic and frightening ordeal. We understand the fear and uncertainty and can help you find a form of relief or defense to prevent the worst from happening. 

With so much at stake, take decisive action now. Call us.

Would you like to set up an introduction? Call us now.

MENESES LAW

Address

4800 W. 34th Street,
Suite A-15,
Houston, TX 77092

Contact

832-831-4242

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