Experienced, Supportive Immigration Counsel
I am Zara Ali, and as both an immigrant myself and an attorney with over a decade of experience, I am very well versed in all aspects of U.S. immigration, from visas to green cards and citizenship. My clients appreciate the opportunity to work closely and one-on-one with a knowledgeable, accessible immigration attorney.
As a sole practitioner, I give my clients my undivided attention beginning with an initial consultation. Each client is a real person in my eyes with important problems to solve. I am fully committed to helping each one find the most appropriate immigration solutions. I work with each client to determine the right immigration opportunity such as:
- A family-based visa for a spouse, parent, child or other relative
- A fiancé or fiancée K-1 visa for a foreign-born individual engaged to an American citizen
- Extension of a student visa or change of status from a student visa to a work visa for an internship or other employment
- Renewal of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) status
- A green card (permanent residency) based on family, work or other factors
- Citizenship or naturalization
If you choose me as your Texas immigration lawyer, you can be assured that I will work hard to find the solution you need. I promise to clearly explain everything that you need to know. I will help ensure that you correctly submit the right documents along with the right fees to avoid delays and denials. I will stay in close contact with you from beginning to end of your immigration case.
For Reliable, Adaptable Representation, Call Today
Whether your immigration concern is routine or unusual, I am committed to offering the honest, straightforward guidance you need. Contact me through an email message or by calling 832-291-2846. I can help advance your application efficiently and can address complex, problematic immigration cases with confidence. My training through a Master of Laws (LL.M) and my over 10 years of experience have included highly technical aspects of complex immigration cases.