Reina & Associates is a great team of experienced immigration attorneys, concentrating in cases for residency and citizenship to the United States, deportation cases, litigation and appeals, family immigration, naturalization and investor visas.
Our team concentrates primarily on removal defense, asylum, refugees, deportation, family immigration, litigation and appeals, family-based immigration, litigation and appeals, naturalization and U.S. citizenship claims. Part of the practice serves corporate America to petition foreign professionals, multinational managers, athletes, and individuals with extraordinary abilities.
Their experience, their work and their success stories, also benefit US companies to employ foreign professionals with special attributes, to achieve positions of specialized work directing international corporations, athletes, artists and people with extraordinary abilities .
JOSEPH REINA has successfully litigated numerous cases on behalf of aliens resisting deportation, including the precedent cases, Matter of Quilantan and Matter of Deanda-Romo. In 2002, Joe’s peers ranked him among Texas top five immigration lawyers in a survey conducted and published by The Texas Lawyer.
From 2005 to 2006, Mr. Reina served as Chair of the Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico Chapter of AILA. He has also served on the National Liaison Committee of AILA to the Executive Office for Immigration Review. From January 2005 to April 2006 Mr. Reina was officially engaged as counsel to the Consulate of Mexico in Dallas on matters involving U.S. immigration law. He is licensed in Texas and Washington, D.C.
BRIAN BATES has practiced immigration law for over thirty years and has extensive litigation experience representing clients in immigration courts, as well as before federal district and appellate courts.
Many of ’ immigration cases have resulted in published appellate decisions. In 1988, received the AILA Texas Chapter Litigation Award from for a court victory that affected thousands of amnesty applicants. He won a rare second Litigation Award for his 1996 asylum case, Abel Masieh v. INS, before the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
served as Chair of Texas Chapter of AILA from 1993 to 1994, and for three years was Chairman of the National Liaison Committee of AILA to the Executive Office for the Immigration Review. In 1998, received the AILA Sam Williamson Mentor Award for his work in assisting other immigration lawyers.
Always consult with an experienced immigration attorney who is authorized to practice immigration law in Dallas, throughout Texas in the United States of America by the Board of Immigration Appeals Federal Department of Justice.