Attorney Rodriguez is able to practice law in Mexico and in the United States with the highest standards of ethics and professionalism. He graduated from the Autonomous University of Ciudad Juarez Law School with an automatic graduation (with a GPA high enough to avoid the final professional exam requirement).
Attorney Rodriguez is authorized to practice law in all 32 states of Mexico and is registered as an attorney before the Mexican Office of Public Education. Upon graduating as an attorney in Mexico, Attorney Rodriguez decides to continue his legal education and is accepted at the Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan to pursue a Doctorate in Jurisprudence. As part of the curriculum, Attorney Rodriguez makes a concentration in international law taking classes at the University of Toronto, Canada and at the San Pablo University in Madrid, Spain.
After graduation, he gets licensed as an attorney before the Texas Supreme Court.
Attorney Rodriguez is a current candidate for a dual LLM program (Masters in Law) in U.S. Law from the Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri and in International Corporate Law from the Tec de Monterrey.
Immigration bond hearings representation, waivers and residences before the immigration judge.
Process to become an American citizen.
Residency from the U.S. or Mexico
Adjustment of status or Consular process.
Currently Attorney Rodriguez
Concentrates a large part of his practice in representing people before the immigration authorities of the United States. If you have an immigration problem, Attorney Rodriguez can represent you throughout the country although he is just licensed to practice in the state of Texas. In fact, Attorney Rodriguez has helped many people who live outside Texas to obtain permanent residency, naturalization, international adoptions, work visas, and immigration court representation.
In addition, if you have any business or problems in Mexico, Attorney Rodriguez can provide you the legal advice you may be looking for and in the same way he has helped companies and individuals in domestic and international litigation, commercial or real estate transactions, or any other legal need you may have before the Mexican authorities or with individuals.
Likewise, Attorney Rodriguez offers hundreds of hours a year of community service providing immigration advice at the Mexican consulate in El Paso, Texas, in his weekly TV show and radio segment, with consultations in his office and in public and private institutions.