About Our El Paso Immigration Law Firm

Immigration Attorney Victoria Winterberg Is Ready to Help

Welcome to the Winterberg Law Firm! My name is Victoria Winterberg, and I am incredibly happy to meet you! As a bilingual immigration attorney, I am licensed to practice in Texas and New Mexico. I am also licensed to practice law before the Board of Immigration Appeals and the Western District of Texas. 

If you or a loved one must appear in an El Paso Immigration Court or is at risk of deportation, don’t hesitate to give me a call at (915) 841-9777 to schedule a consultation.

Get to Know El Paso Immigration Attorney Victoria Winterberg

I was born in the beautiful, sunkissed city of Amarillo, Texas, to a Mexican mother and German father. I am what some may call an “army brat.” Since I grew up in the military, I love to serve the military here in El Paso/Fort Bliss. 

When I was a small child, we moved from Amarillo, TX, to Germany. Moving to another country so early in my life allowed me to gain a deeper understanding of various cultures, languages, and people. Thanks to my upbringing, I speak English and Spanish fluently. 

I was fortunate enough to travel throughout Europe in my youth which allowed me to appreciate the value of cultural diversity. Having lived and experienced a life fruitful with culture and language has given me the opportunity to view the beauty in bringing people together. I believe this is key to my interest in immigration law. 

I love giving people hope for a brighter future. To see my clients thrive and prosper—whether that is having a successful marriage or getting a degree or starting a business—is one of my greatest joys in life. In addition to immigration, I am also passionate about social justice issues, income inequality, gender problems, and gay rights.

During my free time, I like to run, read, spend time with family, go to church, and travel abroad.

About Winterberg Law Firm

The team behind my immigration law firm is made up of professionals who fully devote and dedicate themselves to each and every client. Simply put, we empathize with any anxieties and fears you may be experiencing. 

We are also very detail-oriented. Our team creates a timeline for each client—from the day they were born to the day they came to the United States—to touch on every detail vital to their immigration defense. In other cases, we provide a timeline to understand any immigration consequences of criminal arrests or convictions.  

At the end of the day, we care most about the priorities of our clients, so we consider which strategy of defense is best for them, their families, and their loved ones.


Our Mission

At the Winterberg Law Firm, P.C., we strive for quality over quantity. Our vision is for our clients to have a personalized experience where we rely heavily on technology to automate systems, yet we tailor our approach to their needs every step of the way.

Our Vision

Our vision is for our clients to have a personalized experience where we rely heavily on technology to automate systems, yet we tailor our approach to their needs every step of the way.

Why I Became an El Paso Immigration Attorney

My grandmother was born in Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico. I grew up with her and spoke Spanish to her. She became a Lawful Permanent Resident through my grandfather (a USC) and eventually she naturalized. I wanted to help people like her.

Living in El Paso, Texas, you see Juarez, Mexico as a “sister city.”  Whenever Juarez suffers through these waves of horrible violence, it has a way of carrying over to El Paso.  People cross everyday to live in Juarez even though they live in El Paso, and they go to Juarez often for medical reasons, family, etc… 

When my grandmother decided to uproot her family from Juarez and bring them to El Paso, it changed the trajectory of my family for generations to come. All of her children got degrees, and her grandchildren were given the opportunity to become lawyers, anesthesiologist, dentists, nurse practioners, and real estate investors/business owners.  

A lot of my family members have joined the military as well: cousins and uncles. But for my grandmother deciding to come to the United States, I do not believe I would have become an attorney or a business owner.  Therefore, immigration is personal to me.  It changes to trajectory of families for generations to come, therefore the work becomes meaningful for those that take advantage of the opportunity and fight for a better future in the U.S.


Victoria Winterberg’s Background in Immigration Law

While attending the University of Texas at El Paso, I joined the Law School Preparation Institute at the start of my junior year. Upon graduating with honors, I went on to study at Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, Kansas, in the fall of 2008.

In my last year of law school, I participated in pro bono work at the Washburn Law Clinic. I also worked in a Plaintiff’s law firm for Employment Discrimination. I started practicing immigration law at Diocese Migrant and Refugee Services, where I worked with Unaccompanied Minors and the Removal Unit.

My foundation and passion for immigration matters come from a non-profit background. In my eyes, immigration defense is not just a practice you simply choose. As an El Paso, Texas, immigration attorney, I believe immigration defense is a service we provide to the community’s most vulnerable population.

How We Give Back to the Community

Our El Paso immigration law firm strongly believes in giving back to our community. Our attorneys take Pro Bono immigration law cases through the Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center. We support the Center’s cause and the good work they do for those in need. 

We also offer pro-bono services to clients who are survivors of domestic violence.

Choose Our El Paso Immigration Law Firm for Removal Defense and More

I had a dream to become an attorney to give a voice to the voiceless, and I am so blessed that I get to work on that dream every day. If you or a loved one needs to appear in Immigration Court or is at risk of deportation in El Paso, give me a call so we can schedule a consultation. Estoy lista para ayudar. ¡Llámame hoy! (915) 841-977

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Victoria Winterberg

Ms. Winterberg’s law school experience began after joining the Law School Preparation Institute while being a student at the University of Texas at El Paso. She then attended law school at Washburn Univesity School of Law before formally beginning her career. 

Leveraging a unique cultural background and approach to law, Ms. Winterberg uses her expertise in immigration law to bring people together. She has extensive work in all areas of immigration law and has helped countless people win cases and thrive. Immigration-related cases often involve the most vulnerable in the community, and our firm is driven by our ability to protect our clients and their families with each and every case.