Elizabeth Villalpando Reed

Elizabeth Villalpando Reed

Elizabeth Reed Law Firm, PLLC
  • Immigration Law
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Elizabeth Reed is an employment based immigration attorney in San Antonio, TX. She handles simple to complex immigration cases. She specializes in Employment Based Immigration Visa's and Visa applications; such as the L1A Visa, EB-1C Visa, E-2 Treaty Investors Visa, TN Visa, E-1 Treaty Traders Visa, PERM: Labor Certification and H-2B.

Practice Area
  • Immigration Law
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Immigration Attorney
Elizabeth Reed Law Firm, PLLC
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Elizabeth Reed Law Firm was formed in order to cater to clients with employment based immigration needs. Helping immigrants achieve the ‘American Dream’ is a cornerstone value for the firm. We have vast experience with immigrant and non-immigrant petitions (work visas), filing within the United States or at U.S. Consulates all over the world. We are proud of being very efficient in handling our cases. Elizabeth Reed Law Firm strives to set up creative immigration strategies for complex cases. We believe in offering solutions for our clients, so long as they qualify for an immigration benefit. The main office is located in San Antonio, Texas and a satellite office is located in Laredo, Texas.
Business Visas Attorney
M.A. Ramos & Associates, PC
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Head of the Business Visas Department.| Responsible for handling all employment-based type petitions, including nonimmigrant B-1, TN, H-1B, H-2B, E-1, E-2, L-1, R-1, O-1.| Immigrant petitions including, EB-1C, EB-2A, PERM, EB-4, EB-5.| Draft and file Motions to Reopen and Motions to Reconsider when and if necessary.| Draft and file 212(d)(3) Waivers, I-212 Petitions.| Interview clients to determine their immigration needs, develop and offer creative immigration strategies in order to better serve their legal concerns.| Draft letters and review packets to be mailed to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.| Draft and review packets for Consular Processing.| Train and manage staff of four legal assistants on all relevant immigration matters.| Handle Pro Bono VAWA cases with Casa de Misericordia Mercy Ministries of Laredo.
TAJ Associate
Telephone Access to Justice, Texas RioGrande Legal Aid
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Interview applicants for legal services over the telephone, assess legal needs of clients, prepare memoranda of legal issues for attorneys to review and draft letters to clients and applicants for legal services.| Provide Pro Se clients with legal counsel in the divorce process, develop draft representation agreement forms, divorce petitions, waivers of citation, motions to set, motions to consolidate, affidavits of inability to afford court costs, and divorce decrees.
Student Attorney
St. Mary’s University School of Law, Immigration and Human Rights Clinic
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Responsible for serving the legal interests of indigent clients under the guidance of Professor Lee Teran. Prepared human trafficking case application packets.| Drafted affidavits of support, motions to terminate and cancellations of removal.| Attended immigration court for master calendars and merits of the hearing.| Counseled clients on multiple immigration issues.
Partner
Sánchez, Villalpando & Asociados
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Handled immigration and naturalization cases, including nonimmigrant visas (business visitors, treaty investors, academic students, temporary workers, intracompany transferee, athletes and entertainers, religious workers) and immigrant visas (family based visas).| Assessed corporate needs of clients, including taxes, contracts, and partnership and corporations.| Manage all aspects of cases from inception through completion.| Secured new business which grew sevenfold on a consistent basis year over year to generate approximately $200,000 in gross earnings for 2006.| Managed client consultancy and immigration issues, day-to-day client management and overall operating finances.
Education
St. Mary's University School of Law
LL.M. | American Legal Studies
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Thesis The Civil Law “Juicio de Amparo” in Mexico and its resemblance to The Common Law “Habeas Corpus”, A Comparison between two Great Writs.
St. Mary's University School of Law
LL.M. | International and Comparative Law
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Thesis State Responsibility and Human Rights, Legal Status on being able to claim State Responsibility for Human Rights Violations.
University of Texas - Pan American
LL.B. | Law
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Thesis Tratados Multilaterales y su impacto en el Siglo XXI (Multilateral Treaties and their impact in the XXI Century).
Professional Associations
District of Columbia Bar # 991258
Member
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Contact & Map
310 South Saint Mary’s St
Suite 2100
San Antonio, TX 78205
USA
Telephone: (210) 314-1431