Marsal Avila Law Group
Previous Law Firm Name
- Teresita Marsal-Avila and Associates, PC
- Teresita Marsal-Avila
- Law Offices of Teresita Marsal-Avila
Law Firm Overview
Marsal Avila Law Group provides professional, reliable and ethical legal representation in the communities of Chicago and its surrounding areas.
Founding attorney Teresita Marsal-Avila has successfully practiced Immigration Law in Chicago for more than 20 years. Attorney Marsal-Avila has effectively represented thousands of individuals and families through the maze and rigor of the ever changing landscape of Immigration Law.
Our law firm handles Family Based Immigration cases. In addition, our attorneys focus on Removal and Deportation matters before the Immigration Court as well as analyze the consequences of criminal charges as they pertain to Immigration relief. Our firm also represents clients in Traffic, Criminal and Divorce cases. Our attorneys are skilled and knowledgeable in their practice areas and fluent in Spanish.
Areas of Practice
- Immigration & Naturalization Law
- Employment Based Immigration
Honors and Awards
- Little Village Chamber of Commerce Local Leadership Award, 2006 - 2007
Classes and Seminars
- Immigration Relief Presentation
- Immigration Seminars, Metropolitan Bank, 2005
Pro Bono Activities
- Citizenship Drive
- Little Village Chamber of Commerce
- Melrose Park Chamber
West Practice Categories
Magdalena Castillo, Attorney at Law
Martin Perez, Attorney at Law
Graciela Guzman, Firm Personal Manager
Gloria Orozco, Accounting Administrator
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
2500 South Drake Avenue
Chicago, IL 60623
Monday & Wednesday 9 A.M.-8:00 P.M. Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. Saturday 8:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.
MARSAL AVILA LAW GROUP
900 Jorie Boulevard, Oak Brook, Illinois 60523
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