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The Crucial Role of Immigration Attorneys in Family-Based Immigration Cases

Family-based immigration is a pathway that allows individuals to reunite with their family members in the United States. Navigating the complex US immigration system can be a daunting task, especially when dealing with family-based immigration cases. Luckily, that’s where immigration attorneys come in. Winterberg Law Firm is your source for guidance, advising, and legal expertise

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The End of Title 42

How the Expiration of Title 42 Affects U.S. Immigration Policy On May 11, 2023, Title 42 expired. The pandemic-era restriction was used to deny migrants entry into the United States, using health concerns related to COVID-19 as an excuse. The Biden Administration allowed the COVID-19 public health emergency to end last month, which also caused

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What Is Title 42?

What You Need to Know About Title 42 and Your Rights Title 42 codified the Public Health Services Act. The federal law was enacted nearly 80 years ago. In addition to consolidating and revising laws at the time, it effectively allowed the United States to deny entrance into the country during a public health emergency.

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What Is a Financial Sponsor?

Rights Related to Immigration Sponsorship in the U.S.  If you seek to immigrate to the United States on a relative petition, you must have a financial sponsor. Sponsorship can be crucial to a successful petition. Sponsors must file an Affidavit of Support and meet certain requirements. If you are unsure about your rights related to

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When Should I Hire an El Paso Immigration Attorney?

Reasons You Should Hire an Immigration Lawyer  While you are not required to retain legal counsel to represent you in immigration proceedings, it is often a good idea. Hiring an El Paso immigration attorney can help ensure that you get the best possible outcome in your case. With the help of an attorney, your request

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The Pros and Cons of Green Cards and Work Visas in El Paso

While green cards and work visas are one of the best ways to get into the United States, they aren’t always a good, permanent fix. Both green cards and work visas have stipulations involved that you as the holder must comply with. If you’re having issues with your green card or work immigration visas, it’s

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What Does Seeking Asylum Mean? – FAQs & More

Leaving home can be a difficult decision. Many people in the United States are familiar with leaving home, but they do so to chase opportunities, go to school, get married, or start a new job. Throughout the world, however, the story isn’t always so simple. Many people across history—especially during times of violence and political

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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.