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San Diego Immigration Attorney

About Shannon Englert, Esq.

Solana Beach Immigration Attorney - Shannon Blanchard, Esq.Attorney Shannon Englert first realized her calling as an immigration attorney while working as a translator for another immigration lawyer. As a professional translator, she recognized that she too wanted to assist people dealing with legal issues related to immigration. Fluent in Spanish, Ms. Englert is highly involved with the immigrant community, and volunteers with the Solana Beach Head Start program speaking to families regarding their immigration options. She has also spoken at the University of Oregon regarding deferred action and immigration reform issues. She practices exclusively in the area of immigration law, and has dedicated her career to helping people dealing with legal issues related to immigration.


  • Bachelor of Arts, Spanish Literature, University of California, San Diego
  • Translation and Interpretation Certificate, University of California, San Diego Extension
  • Juris Doctor, Abraham Lincoln University


  • California

Contact a San Diego County Immigration Attorney Today for a Consultation

Regardless of the immigration law issue you are facing the Law Office of Shannon Englert is here to meet your legal needs. Ms. Englert can assist you with family or employment based immigration issues, the procurement of visas, waivers of inadmissibility, deportation defense, or any other immigration law issue you may have. In order to schedule a consultation with Ms. Englert, call our office today at (858) 480-1077. If you would prefer to reach us via email, please fill out our online contact form available on the right and a member of our staff will be in contact with you soon.

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