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A Boutique Immigration Law Firm

California + Texas

 
 

Singh Ahluwalia is a boutique immigration law firm dedicated to providing effective and timely results.

 

ABOUT US

Singh Ahluwalia Immigration Law Firm has quickly become a leader in immigration law. Our law practice started in Texas and has grown to serve clients all across North America. As a full-service immigration law firm, we provide expertise in family immigration, employment immigration, removal and deportation (including bond). In addition, we are experienced in providing services to Canadian individuals and companies who are interested in transitioning to or investing in the United States. We are passionate about immigration law and will ensure you receive personalized and high quality advice. 

Since immigration law is federal, our firm is licensed to provide legal services to individuals and companies in all 50 states. Please note that our experienced legal staff can converse in English, Punjabi and Hindi. 

 

Phone

(559) 580-8087

Fax

(559) 580-8086

Email

deepak@singhahluwalia.com

LOCATIONS

4185 W Figarden Drive
Suite 104
Fresno, CA 93722

401 East Sonterra Boulevard
Suite 375
San Antonio, TX 78258

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Blog


October 2016

Defending a stateless client: "Because the United States lacks a consistent legal framework for recognizing stateless persons and addressing their specific political and economic needs, stateless persons in deportation proceedings are typically treated the same as other non-US citizens, even though stateless persons have no country to which they can be deported." - Center for Migration Studies

May 2016

"Many choose to flee to the U.S., Ahluwalia said. But he could not say why more appear to be coming across the Arizona border, pointing out that it is often up to the smugglers to pick the route. Once here, however, many turn themselves over at the border seeking asylum, claiming they fear they will be harmed if they return to their country, Ahluwalia said."

APRIL 2016

"This month, the U.S. Supreme Court weighed in on one of the most contentious issues in American politics: immigration."

February 2016

"This article, published by the Buzzfeed, discusses how the U.S. government has moved aggressively to prevent undocumented Indians from entering the United States, many of whom are Sikhs fleeing political repression or economic collapse at home."