The Law Offices of Erin J. Lee
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Helping With Your Immigration Needs
Welcome to the Law Office of Erin J. Lee, your trusted partner for expert immigration services in Escondido, CA.
San Diego Business Journal’s “2017 Best of the Bar"
2018 San Diego Rising Star List: Super Lawyers Magazine
HERE FOR YOU
We will guide you step by step throughout the immigration process.
Explore comprehensive immigration services tailored to your needs at the Law Offices of Erin J. Lee, where our dedicated team navigates the complexities of immigration law with expertise and care.
Why Choose Us
We Are Committed To Protecting What Matters Most
The Law Offices of Erin J. Lee offers superior legal and customer service in the Immigration. The Law Offices of Erin J. Lee has successfully represented hundreds of clients all over Southern California, including Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, and San Diego Counties. We are located in the heart of North County San Diego but also have a location conveniently located in downtown San Diego.
Our Core Values
We strive to simplify government filings for clients by understanding their options. Stressful deadlines and details affect both clients and our team. Our response? Always asking, “How can we help?”
We are in San Diego California, but help clients all over the U.S. and world.
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