Contact Today: 858-480-1077
Contact Today: 858-480-1077
Immigration Simplified

Get the immigration advice you need to make the right
decision for you. Attorney Shannon Englert will help
you understand your immigration rights and options.

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We can explain your Immigrant and non-immigrant visa options for employers and employees.

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Our office can help provide family-based immigration options for you and your loved ones.

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We will help explain and help with immigrant and non-immigrant options for foreign investors.

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Visa options available for artists, athletes, scientists and business or education professionals.

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San Diego Immigration Attorney

Committed to Representing People Facing Immigration Issues

Every day people come to the United States pursing dreams of a better life and opportunities for themselves and their families. Unfortunately for some people, the path to citizenship or residency can get long and have unexpected obstacles due to legal issues. Immigration law is a complicated area of law, and anyone facing difficulties obtaining citizenship, visas, or is facing a threat of deportation needs to contact an experienced immigration attorney as soon as possible. Attorney Shannon Englert is dedicated to helping people facing immigration issues obtain a favorable result in their cases. As a former translator for an immigration attorney, Ms. Englert developed a passion for helping people manage their immigration issues, and ultimately decided to become an immigration attorney herself. She understands the unique needs that people facing immigration issues face, and is committed to providing solution-oriented representation to each client that she represents. Ms. Englert serves clients in San Diego County as well as all across the country, and also represents clients across international boundaries.

Handling All Aspects of Immigration Law for a Diverse Clientele

Legal issues pertaining to immigration can have a significant impact on a person’s life, affecting things as basic as the ability to work or even reside within the United States. San Diego immigration attorney Shannon Englert practices in a wide variety of immigration law areas, including the following:

  • Treaty Trader Visas (E-1)
  • Treaty Investor Visas (E-2)
  • Waivers of Inadmissibility
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
  • Deportation Defense

Contact a San Diego Immigration Law Attorney for a Consultation

Immigration law issues can have a serious impact on some of the most fundamental aspects of a person’s life. As a result, it is important for anyone facing problems related to immigration to retain the services of an experienced immigration attorney that understands the intricacies of the law. To schedule a consultation with Attorney Shannon Englert, call our office today at (858) 480-1077. If you would prefer to reach us via email, please complete our contact form available on the right and a member of our staff will be in contact with you soon.

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