Phone  

Office: (919)5881206
(866)emigrar
(866)264 4727
Fax: (888)482 0079

 

"Remember, always remember, that all of us, you & me especially, are descended from immigrants & revolutionists."

-Franklin D. Roosevelt

About Chris Barnes

Chris represents individuals in need of advise and service to attain and improve lawful status in the United States.

 

 

 

Chris Barnes is an attorney with a passion for the Latino community. Having studied Spanish for nearly 20 years, Chris is fluent and enjoys conversing with his clients and members of the community in the Spanish language. Chris served as a volunteer social worker in Mexico for a year and has also studied abroad in Spain and Costa Rica. Chris has visited other Spanish-speaking countries, such as Ecuador and Nicaragua. Chris has the unique ability of understanding Latin culture as well as U.S. culture and uses this understanding to relate to clients and give informed advice, taking cultural factors into consideration.

Chris earned his undergraduate degree (B.A.) in Communication Studies with a minor in Spanish from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2004 and his doctor of jurisprudence degree (J.D.) from North Carolina Central University School of Law in 2012. Chris has been a N.C. licensed attorney since August of 2012.

While in law school, Chris was elected as Justice of the Watkins Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. Chris was a Staff Editor of the NCCU Law Review and was Vice President of the Hispanic Law Student Association. Chris served as an intern in the Orange County District Attorney’s Office from 2010-2012. Chris is now a member of the N.C. District 15B Bar, the North Carolina Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and sits on the officer nominating committee for the 15B Bar.

Prior to attending law school, Chris was a high school Spanish and ESL teacher in Eastern North Carolina. While teaching, Chris coached the schools’ cross country, basketball, and soccer teams. During the summer of 2005, Chris designed and implemented an ESL program to educate the immigrant communities in the South Bronx, New York. The program is still active today.
 

 

Services

 

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Confidential Consultations

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Workers’ Compensation

Tráfico

Traffic citations

 

Detención

Immigration Services

  • Permanent Residence
  • Citizenship/Naturalization
  • Family Petition
  • U Visas
  • T Visas
  • SIJS
  • Immigration Court
  • ICE Holds
  • Order of Supervision
  • Stay of Removal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Resources

NC Courts:

Clic Here

 

USCIS check status

Clic Here 

 

Find a detainee:

Clic Here

 

USCIS processing times:

Clic Here

 

Infopass (schedule appt. with USCIS):

Clic Here

 

Check your immigration court date:

1-800-898-7180

 

Facebook page:

Facebook 

 

Contact us

If you have any questions or want more information about your particular case, call us, leave us a message or visit us

 

 

Address

  • 211 N Columbia St city of Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514

Phones

  • Office:

(919) 588-1206

(866) EMIGRATE

  • Fax:

(888) 482-0079

Office hours

  • Monday to Friday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
  • Saturday: By appointment only
  • Sunday: CLOSED

 

Write us

 

Correos

  • chris@cbarneslaw.com
  • kenia@cbarneslaw.com
  • rachel@cbarneslaw.com

 

 

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