Law Offices of
MINA L. RAMIREZ
Se Habla Español
As an experienced Immigration Lawyer, Mina Ramirez understands the challenges facing the immigrant community today. Gaining legal entry or citizenship in the U.S. is complicated and requires the skills of a highly qualified Immigration Attorney. If you or your family members are seeking to live or work in the United States, Ms. Ramirez can help resolve your complex legal immigration issues.
The Law Offices of Mina L. Ramirez has helped numerous individuals and families through the Citizenship and Naturalization process, in addition to helping families obtain visas for their loved ones. For more than 32 years, we have provided high quality legal services to clients in Modesto, and throughout communities in California’s Central Valley.
Ms. Ramirez is sensitive to the emotional, financial, and societal pressure you may be feeling, and she is dedicated to helping you resolve your legal issues. Call our office at (209) 491-0199 to schedule a confidential consultation today.
At your first meeting, Ms. Ramirez will take the time to listen to your concerns and discuss your legal goals. She will offer counsel on the best way to become a U.S. citizen or the fastest way to get a family visa. Our Immigration Lawyer is fluent in English and Spanish, and she is dedicated to helping you understand all of the immigration options which are available for your unique situation.
Solutions for Your Immigration Problems
There are many different ways for non-citizens to become permanent residents. If you meet certain requirements, you or your family members may pursue several types of visas which can act as a path to residency or as a way to legally visit this country.
Whether your goal is to attain citizenship, or to obtain a temporary visa for work or travel, Immigration Attorney Mina L. Ramirez is prepared help you reach your legal goals. She is highly knowledgeable on the issues facing non-citizens, and she is committed to helping her clients gain legal entry into the United States to live or work.
Immigration Visas for Family Members
If you are a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, you may be able to petition the government for visas for certain family members. Family Immigration Attorney Mina Ramirez helps clients through the complicated visa application process. She can help you determine which category is appropriate for your needs.
The Path to Becoming a U.S. Citizen
People around the world share the common dream of gaining citizenship in America. However, the reality is much more complex. The path to becoming a lawful permanent resident can begin in many different ways, and there are strict requirements that must be met. As an experienced Citizenship and Naturalization Attorney, Mina Ramirez guides clients through the entire process. Whether you have a green card (United States Permanent Resident Card) or are applying for one, or if you are ready to apply for citizenship through the naturalization process, our office is here to help you.
Contact a Skilled Immigration Attorney for a Consultation
For immediate assistance with your immigration issue, call (209) 491-0199 to arrange for a private consultation with Immigration Lawyer Mina Ramirez. With offices conveniently located in Modesto and Sacramento, she is prepared to find solutions for your immigration problems.
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With a legal career spanning more than three decades, Ms. Ramirez has earned a reputation for providing high quality legal services which best serve the needs of her clients.
1165 Scenic Drive
Modesto, CA 95350
1104 Corporate Way
Sacramento, CA 95831
Phone: (209) 491-0199
Fax: (209) 575-9497
Two Office Locations
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Law Offices of Mina L. Ramirez
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