The Law Offices of Erin J. Lee


Helping With Your Immigration Needs

Welcome to the Law Office of Erin J. Lee, your trusted partner for expert immigration services in Escondido, CA.

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2018 San Diego Rising Star List: Super Lawyers Magazine


We will guide you step by step throughout the immigration process.

Practice Areas

Immigration Services

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.

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Family Immigration

Discover compassionate support and tailored guidance for your family's immigration needs.

Business Immigration

We specialize in facilitating pathways for professionals and businesses navigating the complexities of U.S. immigration laws.


We provide steadfast deportation defense, offering personalized strategies to protect your rights and seek relief from deportation.

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Our team helps ensure a smooth and successful path towards achieving your American citizenship dreams


Denied an immigration application? Take action today to challenge denials and secure your immigration rights

Tourist Visas

We offer comprehensive assistance for tourist visas, guiding you through the application process seamlessly.

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.

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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.

Disclaimer: The information and links to additional resources provided on this website are for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. Every legal problem is different, and you should consult with an attorney to get accurate advice for your particular situation. Comments from our clients describing their experiences working with us do not constitute a guarantee of success in any future case.

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Recent News

New Work Permit Policies - Erin J. Lee
Immigration News

New Work Permit Policies

One of the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on our immigration system, was the increase in backlogs, and the increase in processing times. For example, a work permit would take about 6 months to process, maybe less, before the pandemic. Now, work permits can now take sometimes a year and

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Specialty Visas – T Visas & U Visas - Erin J. Lee
Specialty Visas

Specialty Visas

Not everyone is going to qualify to immigrate to the U.S. under the common methods like marriage, or a job. For those that don’t fit squarely into one of those categories, you may want to explore some other categories or specialty visas that may apply. The Violence Against Women Act

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Immigration News

Power of Parole

Many people from war torn countries come to the U.S. to seek refuge from their native countries that cannot protect them. Sometimes, natural disasters or other circumstances force people out of their home countries. In any case, although the U.S. does not grant asylum to each person that escapes from

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