Elias Mendoza is one of the co-founder of Mendoza & Campos Law Offices, P.C. His practice is dedicated 100% to US Immigration and Naturalization Law. Licensed to practice Immigration Law in every US State through his admissions to the Federal 9th Circuit Court and Washington State Bar (WSBA43857). Fluent in Spanish and Korean, he works with all types of family and business immigration needs, and does so with a personal unique touch. With offices principally located in Sacramento and Stockton, CA, Mr. Mendoza works world-wide with oversea investors, students, entrepreneurs, artists (TV, music, design), families, and businesses. As a constant on Univision Television as a legal commentator, Mr. Mendoza updates the community on announcements related to US Immigration Laws. He is also an advisor to the Mexican consul of Sacramento and frequently volunteers his time to assist with trainings and pro bono cases. At his offices, you will have the opportunity to meet Mr. Mendoza personally, and ask him any questions you may have. He does work Saturday by appointments, and utilizes technology to always be connected. First consultation is always free. Gabriel E. Campos is the co-founder of Mendoza & Campos Law Offices, P.C. Prior to joining forces with Elias G. Mendoza, Mr. Campos was the founder of Campos Law Offices in Elk Grove, CA and in Sacramento, CA where he practiced Immigration Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Workers Compensation Law and Personal Injury. Today, Mr. Campos and Mr. Mendoza strictly practice 100% Immigration Law. Gabriel E. Campos was born and raised in South Sacramento, CA where he attended St. Anne’s School and Christian Brothers High School before pursuing his career at the California State University of Stanislaus. Studied abroad in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico while attending CSU Stanislaus. Being the youngest of a family of twelve, Mr. Campos dreamed of one day becoming an immigration attorney to help families that faced the same difficulties his family did. As a child, Mr. Campos experienced first-hand how deportation procedures worked due to being part of a family of immigrants from Jalisco, Mexico. Mr. Campos pursued the study of law to specifically become an immigration attorney. Today, Mr. Campos has accomplished his dream. Mr. Campos attended Lincoln Law School of Sacramento and graduated in the top ten of his class. Mr. Campos received the high honor award of Perfect Attendance for not missing one single day of class from 2009 to 2013. This dedication is carried on today in the legal world and he has now transferred his dedication to his clients. Mr. Campos has a B.A. in Political Science and received his Juris Doctorate from Lincoln Law School on May 12, 2013.Mr. Campos was admitted to the State Bar of California in December 2013. Mr. Campos is fluent in Spanish.
Family-Based Immigration, Employment-Based Immigration, Political Asylum, Citizenship and Naturalization, Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) Issues, J-1 Visa Waivers, Waivers of Inadmissibility, Non-Immigrant Visa Waivers, Parole-in-Place, Private Bills, National Interest Waiver, Permissions to Apply for Reentry, Removal Defense, Immigration Appeals, Motions to Reopen/Reconsider, DACA, Requests for Humanitarian Reinstatement, H-1B Visas, E Investor Visas, TN Visas, Labor Certifications, Temporary Visitor Visas, Removing the Conditions on Residence, VAWA (Violence Against Women Act), Inter-company Transfer Visas P visas — Athletes, artists and entertainment groups O visas — Extraordinary ability in the Sciences, Arts, Business, Athletics and Education R visas — Religious visas I visas — Media F and M — Students J visas — Exchange Visitor Program K visas — Fiancé(e)