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Serving Clients with Immigration Issues in the San Diego area and Nationwide

The Law Office of Shannon Englert is a San Diego immigration law firm dedicated to representing people dealing with legal issues related to immigration. Ms. Englert serves clients locally in the San Diego area and also nationally and internationally as well.

2292 Faraday Ave. #100,
Carlsbad, CA 92008

Phone: (858) 480-1077

Contact a San Diego Immigration Attorney Today for a Consultation

Whether you are facing imminent deportation proceedings or simply need legal counsel on how to obtain a particular visa, the Law Office of Shannon Englert is ready to meet your legal needs. Immigration issues can significantly impact your life, and should not be taken lightly. Because immigration is such a highly specialized area of law, anyone with immigration law needs should contact an attorney who understands and can navigate the complex issues raised in immigration proceedings. To schedule a consultation with Ms. Englert, please call our Carlsbad office today at (858) 480-1077. If you would prefer to reach us via email, please complete our online contact form on the right.

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