Francisco was born and raised in Texas. His grandparents were born in Mexico and immigrated to the United States in the 1930’s and settled in El Paso, Texas. This background provides him with a deep personal connection to his immigration law practice. He has practiced immigration and naturalization law exclusively and has more than five years of successful immigration experience working on behalf of his clients from all over the world including countries such as Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Columbia, Brazil, Venezuela, Ethiopia, Somalia, France, Germany, United Kingdom, and Spain. He has represented these clients in a wide variety of immigration matters from investor visas to defense from deportation to naturalizations.
Languages spoken: English, Spanish
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Frank Alvillar is intelligent, articulate, and extremely knowledgeable on a breadth of immigration matters. For a few years now, I've consulted with Frank on immigration removal cases. He's one of those rare attorneys that has both an expert grasp of the statute and regulations as well as a down-to-earth, practical understanding of the way that people and agencies work.
Vinesh Patel Immigration Attorney
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Mr. Alvillar has a dedication to his clients that gives lawyers a good name. I've trusted Mr. Alvillar in the past to provide advice in various areas of law, and he has proven to be extremely knowledgeable. I have the utmost respect for him, and would not hesitate recommending him to my friends and clients.
Marc Windtberg Litigation Attorney
|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||2007||11/19/2016|
|Owner/Attorney||Alvillar Law, PC||2008 - Present|
|Associate||De Mott, McChesney, Curtright and Armendáriz, LLP||2007 - 2008|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|San Antonio Bar Association, Immigration and Nationality Law Section||N/A||2011 - Present|
|San Antonio Bar Association||N/A||2011 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||N/A||2008 - Present|
|Elite Attorney Magazine||Deferred Action, Good or Bad for the Country?||2015|
|University Of Arizona||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2006|
|University of Texas||Corporate Communications||BS - Bachelor of Science||2000|
|University of Incarnate Word||Life After F-1 and J-1 Visas||2016|
|Divorces Involving Lawful Permanent Residents: Obligations and Impact of From 1-864, Affidavit of Support||Immigration Law||2016|
|San Antonio Brown Bag Lunch Series||The Basics: How an Immigrant Obtains a Green Card||2015|
|Nuts and Bolts of Immigration Law||Immigration Impact of Criminal Convictions in Texas||2015|
|"Pregunatas a un Abogado" - TV Program||Asylum Law and Related Issues||2015|