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John F. Waldron Law Firm, Attorney at Law PLLC

Immigration, Tax, Veterans' Affairs, Social Security,

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  • Firm Year: 2015
  • Office Hour: Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Language: English, Spanish

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John Francis Waldron

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Visa, Deportation, Income Tax, Tax Litigation, Social Security -- Disability
Visa, Deportation, Social Security Benefits, Tax

John F. Waldron was born and raised in Marinette, Wisconsin. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin with a bachleors degree in history and... (more)

John F. Waldron, Attorney at Law was founded with one goal in mind - to provide high-quality legal services to clients needing assistance with matters of federal law.  Customer service and personal relationships are essential to our practice.  At our firm, you will meet personally with your attorney and will be provided with up-to-date accounting and documentation on your case. Whether we are working on an immigration case or resolving a tax dispute with the IRS, we are committed to resolving your case as quickly as possible.

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John F. Waldron Law Firm, Attorney at Law PLLC
3201 Cherry Ridge
San Antonio, TX 78230
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San Antonio, TX 78230


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