Michelle L. Saenz-Rodriguez, Attorney
Saenz-Rodriguez & Associates, P.C. is a Dallas, Texas-based law firm focusing exclusively on the area of immigration law for the last decade. Our immigration and naturalization attorneys are respected throughout the Untied States for their exceptional legal advocacy and proven knowledge of the immigration process. By helping our clients understand the challenges they face, we help them to protect their interests.
We pride ourselves on handling complicated immigration issues, and offering every client the aggressive, fearless representation they deserve. We care about helping individuals find safety in political asylum, seize opportunity and rekindled family relationships here in the United States.
Our attorneys are passionate about supporting individuals as they attempt to qualify for their green card or assertively defending their rights when brought before a deportation hearing.
Contact our Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas office for legal representation throughout the United States, including Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and North Texas.
|Education:||University of Texas at San Antonio|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas 1994|
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