The Mendoza Law Firm is a national law firm with offices in El Paso, Texas, and Washington D.C., representing individuals, businesses, and other entities in a broad spectrum of immigration matters and other complex civil litigation and other business matters.  Internationally, and in El Paso, Texas, we assist individuals and business clients with a wide range of immigration matters, ranging from assisting companies assist key employee transfer to a U.S. affiliate to helping families reunite and gain U.S. citizenship through a family based immigration process.  In the District of Columbia and Maryland, we practice appellate advocacy, education law, and housing and development law.

Our clients come to us because they need their current situation to change – the sooner the better.  We emphasize not only creativity and thoroughness, but also speed and efficiency.  Unlike many lawyers at large firms, we regularly go to trial.  We don’t try every case because many disputes do not belong in the courtroom.  We devote our energies to taking exhaustive measures to prevent disputes from arising in the first place and negotiating reasonable and imaginative settlements that keep disputes out of the court when litigation arises. 

When advising our clients through the immigration process, fighting for them in court, or negotiating on their behalf at the bargaining table, we take a smart, aggressive approach that considers’ our clients’ financial and business needs, the practicalities of their legal problems, and the possibility that decisions made today will affect what happens at the conclusion of their case.

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Handling a case on appeal requires an understanding of how appellate judges analyze cases, which is different than the methods used by trial judges or juries.  Read more...

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (“IDEA”) requires that schools provide a free and appropriate public education to all students, but too often, schools fail to provide the specialized instruction and other support needed to help children with physical, learning, or emotional disabilities.  Read more...

There are several different ways in which a person may be able to come to the U.S. on a permanent or temporary basis. Many people work through a family-based immigration process. Other individuals may be eligible to immigrate to the U.S. due to their extraordinary abilities or because they are a physician wishing to receive special training in the U.S. Some may come to the U.S. because they have a credible fear of persecution in their native country and the government in their home country cannot or is unwilling to control their abusers.
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Real estate developers, tenant associations, and tenants must navigate complex laws when an owner decides to sell a housing accommodation occupied by tenants or convert a rental unit into a condominium complex.  Read more...

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