The United States of America is home to many immigrants that have traveled here from other countries to realize their dreams and aspirations. As a result, the U.S. has aided many people to achieve personal and professional success in their lives, while adding a cultural richness and diversity to society. However, because many people want to immigrate to the U.S., Immigration Law is an important and quickly changing area. Each new administration in the White House, Act of Congress or initiative by the Department of Homeland and Security may bring legal changes for immigrants. To decipher such changes, people need the help of attorneys like me.


Our first step will be to meet and listen to your story, and review any paperwork that you may have. As a further step, I will look at the provisions of the law and available case law to build and explain a plan. Once we agree on the strategy, we will put together the necessary filings for the case, and I will appear in court to represent your interests.

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+1 (408) 877 6705


1885, The Alameda, Suite 100E, San Jose, CA 95126, USA



 Experience in Citizenship, Green Card, DACA, Immigration Defence and other complex issues. Successful management of immigration cases for 20+ years internationally.


You can schedule a consultation by clicking here or you can call me (408) 877 6705. We will collect some initial details about you and schedule a consultation time. If you contact us after business hours, your message or call will be promptly returned.

We currently charge $100 for a 60-minute consultation. We conduct these by phone, Zoom or in person. A fee agreement for an engagement with our firm must be signed in person.

Consultations are generally for one person or one set of immediate relatives (such as a parent / child or husband / wife). If you have a friend or other relative who has separate immigration questions about their status, or a family matter of their own, we would be happy to consult with them separately. You may bring someone with you to support you or to interpret or help you understand the advice given.

WhatsApp and Facetime would require our staff to use their personal Facebook accounts or iPhones to communicate with you. To protect your sensitive information and the privacy of our staff, we do not currently consult using WhatsApp or Facetime. If you would like an online / virtual consultation, we would be happy to assist you over the phone or via Zoom.

Yes, we do. We have helped many clients outside of Nevada, Virginia, Texas, and even outside of the United States with their immigration matters.

Yes, we offer monthly payment plans for many types of cases.

Yes, our staff is fluent in English and Spanish.

We are not available to assist clients in detention. However, we can refer such cases to an attorney who handles immigration matters for someone being detained.

We primarily focus on immigration work, but we will occasionally assist with some types of civil cases, such as guardianship, and we do many types of Family Law. If we are not able to assist you with your civil matter, we will be able to refer you to an attorney who can.

We are open to in-person appointments for current clients and in person consultations in a limited capacity. However, to meet in person with your Attorney you must make an appointment. We conduct electronic client appointments via phone, Zoom, mail, and e-mail.

Our staff cleans their offices before and after every meeting and we perform regular cleanings of all common areas and furniture. Our office has a mask policy for the whole building.

All cases are different. Some factors that decide the price include the type of case that you have and your immigration and criminal history. When you consult with us, we will be able to determine the complexity of your case. We will also be able to provide you an estimate you for fees, taxes, and government costs.

We hold a license to practice immigration law in the United Kingdom. J R Wiltshire Law can assist in emigration to the UK, but no other country. Please contact us for inquiring more information.

We accept cash, personal checks, cashier’s checks, money orders. 


Let me help you build a strong case for your Immigration Law related issues. Take the first step toward peace by asking for a consultation. Send me an e-mail or call my office or schedule a convenient time – I charge a small fee for a one-hour consultation.