As recently reported in the Los Angeles Times, the nation is starting to take notice of the presence of wealthy Mexican nationals migrating to San Antonio, and the positive effects that it has had on the city.
As noted in the article published in the LA Times today, many well to do Mexican nationals have recently chosen to reside in San Antonio in areas like The Dominion, Sonterra and Stone Oak. The article notes that more than 50,000 Mexican nationals now live permanently in San Antonio, which has turned an upscale zip code in the city into its second fastest growing.
The article also discusses the unique and complex business related visas that DLG Luce has been assisting international clients obtain for years.
The article can be found here at the Los Angeles Times website.
DLG Luce Salazar PLLC is well positioned to aide international business people with their unique legal needs. Our firm, made up of attorneys licensed in Mexico and the United States, offers a full service experience for our international clients, including business and litigation services. Our firm represents many international business people and is proud to currently represent many Mexican nationals in San Antonio, including some of those mentioned in the recent LA Times article.
Our San Antonio office is located in the prestigious Stone Oak area of San Antonio, overlooking the 6th hole of the Sonterra golf course, both of which were mentioned in the recent LA times article.