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We provide legal counsel for immigration law, including deportation defense, family-sponsored immigration, employment-sponsored immigration, investment immigration, employer compliance, permanent residence. You need an immigration attorney experienced in deportation defense, you shouldn’t assume that your relative will be deported and that all is lost. Early intervention by an immigration lawyer — before your relative is transferred to immigration detention — is critical. CALL US NOW! (214) 799-3961 ¡NOSOTROS TE AYUDAMOS! VISAS - Defensa de la Deportación, Asilo, Naturalización, Peticiones familiares.
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Drug Defense, Drug Possession, Drug Possession Laws, Methamphetamine Crimes, Marijuana Crimes, Marijuana Possession, Heroin Charges, Recovering Seized Money and Property, Cocaine Charges, Cocaine Possession, Percocet Charges, Vicodin Charges, Oxycontin Charges, Xanax Charges, Adderall Charges, Soma Charges, Misdemeanor & Felony Drug Offenses, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Drug Possession, Marijuana Crimes, Marijuana Possession, Medical Marijuana Laws, Heroin Charges
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Practice Areas

Criminal Defense

Being accused of a crime is a highly distressing matter that requires the assistance of a skilled lawyer who can defend you from the charges being made against you. If you were arrested for a crime, you need to speak with our team at VICTORIA BARR LAW!

Removal / Deportation

Every year, thousands of immigrants, many of them long-time these were minor and many may have been committed many years ago. However, there is no statute of limitations in removal proceedings. Because of this, the immigration consequences of criminal conduct, whether or not there is a conviction, may be deportation. If you or a loved one is being accused of any crime, YOU NEED A LAWYER NOW! Do not wait. Call our law office now so we may begin working on your defense.

Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)

It is imperative that you immediately hire our D.W.I. defense team. You only have Fifteen (15) days from the date of your arrest to request an ALR hearing, or your license will be suspended and you could then expose yourself to another arrest! A DWI conviction can also have severe immigration consequences, SUCH AS DEPORTATION, restrictions on crossing state lines, disqualification from driving a commercial motor vehicle, and forfeiture of your vehicle.

Redetermination of Custody - Bond

In a criminal case, every person has a right to bond. In immigration court, bond is not available to everyone. Some people are subject to mandatory detention due to a criminal conviction. In immigration court, bond is money paid to the government in return for your release from detention, as a guarantee that you will attend all your court hearings and obey the judge’s final order. If you are released on bond, it doesn’t end your immigration case. It just means you don’t have to be detained while waiting for court hearings.

Shoplifting - Theft

The worst consequence of a guilty plea or conviction for shoplifting is NOT the embarrassment you feel. Shoplifting, like other theft offenses, is considered a "crime of moral turpitude." A conviction for shoplifting is like an indictment against your character, one that will almost certainly impact your employment opportunities forever. A conviction for shoplifting also carries serious immigration consequences. The actual sentence is not considered, so escaping jail time does not prevent you from possibly facing deportation charges.

Latest News

The words “bail” and “bond” are often used interchangeably around the Collin County Courthouse, and for the most part the distinction doesn’t matter. Technically, bail is the amount of money the accused must deposit with the Collin County Sheriff to be released from jail, while bonds are actually bails paid by bail bond companies. Either way, we are talking about getting […]


Proceso para pedir residencia a travérs de los hijos tiene reglas complicadas Llegué aquí hace más de 30 años, y tengo tres hijos ciudadanos estadounidenses. Mi hijo mayor ya tiene más de 21 años.  Ese hijo habló con un abogado acerca de patrocinarme para la tarjeta verde, pero el abogado le dijo que eso no […]


Three of the most common crimes that can lead to removal, and how one would need to analyze whether the convicted person will, in fact, be ordered deported. If you are a noncitizen of the U.S. and have been convicted of a crime—nearly any crime—there’s a serious possibility that you could be deported (removed) from […]


If the term “aggravated felony” sounds it refers like a serious crime, it should. Any noncitizen convicted of an aggravated felony will lose the right to many types of immigration benefits. Among other things, the person will become ineligible to receive asylum, as described in “Bars to Receiving Asylum or Refugee Status.” He or she […]


Starting a new venture can be exciting and challenging. It is important that you hire a lawyer too as all companies, irrespective of their size needs legal representation. When you start your business, you will find that you need legal guidance at every step and at different phases of the business life, from the initial […]


En los EE.UU., todos tienen ciertos derechos garantizados por la Constitución, independientemente de su condición migratoria. No siempre se puede evitar un encuentro con un agente de inmigración o las fuerzas del orden. Es importante conocer y practicar estos posibles encuentros para que usted y sus amigos, familiares y colegas estén preparados para cualquier situación. […]


Durante la campaña electoral, el presidente electo Biden publicó un documento titulado “El Plan Biden Para Asegurar Nuestros Valores Como Una Nación De Inmigrantes” (The Biden Plan for Securing Our Values as a Nation of Immigrants, en inglés), que detalla su visión sobre el sistema migratorio de los Estados Unidos. Según el documento, Biden propone […]


Liberal justice defends Daca at supreme court and reflects on human impact of ending program that protects young migrants The Trump administration should have to reckon with its decision to “destroy lives” by ending a program that protects young undocumented migrants, one justice declared as the supreme court deliberated the future of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or […]