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Family, Employer & Investor Immigration Lawyer Services in Houston

Houston Immigration Lawyer for Families, Marriage, Employment, and Investors

Paul Law Firm is a US Immigration and Nationality Law Firm based in Houston, Texas. Although we are located in Houston, Texas we represent clients from all over the world. Paul Law Firm is a Houston Immigration Law Firm that is focused on the practice of Immigration Law.

Dedicated to High Quality Immigration Legal Services in Houston

We recognize that every immigration case is different and we are dedicated to providing highly effective, ethical and individualized solutions to each and every case. At Paul Law Firm we adhere to the highest standards of ethical representation in the practice of Immigration Law.

Work with a Licensed, Professional, and Experienced Immigration Lawyer in Houston

We look forward to working with you to meet your Immigration needs, and to stand side by side with you as we navigate the Immigration Law landscape together. You can count on Houston Immigration Attorney Ms. Uchenna Paul to give you honest case assessments, professional, ethical and quality legal representation. Call us today on (832) 321-4028 or email uchenna@upaullaw.com to get started.

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5-Star Rated Houston Immigration Lawyer

  • We were married on May 16th 2017, and we hired Mrs.Paul as our immigration attorney. The entire process went very smoothly and very quickly thanks to Mrs.Paul. We don’t have the words to express our heart felt gratitude to her for all she’s done to help us. Thank you very much for your courtesy, professionalism, and genuine down-to-earth kindness. Your... read more

    joseline Nunez
    3/09/2019

    Attorney Uchenna Paul is a very efficient and compassionate lawyer. she was able to provide me with detailed advice on the potential risks and options I have regarding my immigration visa matter and for this I am extremely grateful. She was extremely thorough and detailed and provided me with invaluable recommendations.I Highly recommend Mrs. Paul

    M. Fernandez

    Mateo Fernandez
    3/09/2019

    The reason my boyfriend and I went to Paul Law Firm was for a DACA renewal. My boyfriend got scammed from another company where they never sent his paper work. With only 5 weeks left before his DACA expired and risked losing his job, he was welcomed at Paul Law Firm. She was quick with the paper work, responsive to... read more

    Desire H.
    12/04/2018
  • Mrs. Paul is a life saver. The past few years and especially after the Trump election we've been worried sick about my mother's immigration status. Her situation was so complicated that she was rejected at multiple law firms. Through Mrs. Paul she was able to get her permanent resident card in less then two weeks, after leaving to Mexico. Now... read more

    Alan Gomez
    12/04/2018

    Very helpful and attentive thoughout my entire process. She takes care of everyone and goes beyond. Great experience.

    Elia Segura
    9/25/2018

    She told me what documents I needed and she did the rest. She was targeted in getting my naturalization certificate replaced. She advised me that it was not going to be a fast process so that I would know what to expect. She called me with updates during the waiting process and this was reassuring. She is very knowledgeable... read more

    Jennifer Amedio
    9/23/2018
  • Attorney Uchenna is just amazing!! Not only is she a brilliant immigration attorney, she went beyond her responsibilities in order to help me get my green card. She was thorough and very easily accessible, over phone calls and emails almost immediately. She treated my case like I was a priority, and as though she was only working on my case... read more

    Amelia Gonzalez
    9/22/2018

    One of the best immigration lawyer I have ever met. I would recommend Mrs. Paul to anyone. She treated us like family and she stood by our side until the end.

    Franklyn Vernon
    8/28/2018

    We retained Attorney Uchenna for my wife's change of status to get her green card. Our case took 2 years because of some complications on our end. We had been frustrated with some of the problems we were having before my wife got Attorney Uchenna’s information and we decided to contact her. Throughout the entire process we always received quick... read more

    Jacob Gutierrez
    6/22/2018
  • Mi caso comenzo en 2013 con otro abogado aqui en Houston. Mi aplicacion para un Perdon de inmigracion fue negado dos veces con mi abogado…Perdi todo mi dinero y me senti muy frustrado durante casi cuatro anos. Habia perdido la esperanza de obtener mi tarjeta verde…hasta que conoci a la Sra. Paul. Cuando conoci a la abogada Uchenna Paul... read more

    Berna Gomez
    6/22/2018

    Our first interview with immigration didn’t go well, they suspected a fraud, so we were scheduled for a stokes interview and had only a few days for a preparation. We started to look for a good lawyer and were happy to find attorney Uchenna’s office. She proved our bona fide marriage, so that we got a decision on our case... read more

    Dominic Mendes
    5/18/2018

    Unlike most attorneys that I have dealt with in the past over the years and had to constantly call repeatedly, Mrs. Paul always returned my phone calls and emails in a very prompt manner. She has a rather unique talent and personality that made me think that I was her most important client and that all of my issues and... read more

    Jerome Taylor
    3/15/2018

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    March 22, 2019

    In an exhaustive report  on the immigration court system, the American Bar Association (ABA) called on Congress to make sweeping changes in order to fix a system “on the brink of collapse.” According to the ABA, the immigration courts—which currently face backlogs of over 855,000 cases—are so “irredeemably dysfunctional” that the only solution is for […] The post Calls to Reform ‘Irredeemably Dysfunctional’ Immigration Court System Grow Louder appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Expansive Immigration Detention
    March 21, 2019

    Immigrants with even minor, dated criminal convictions will now be placed in mandatory detention without the possibility of a bond hearing—even if they have already served their time and been previously released. The U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision in Nielsen v. Preap this week. A majority of the Court ruled that an immigration law […] The post Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Expansive Immigration Detention appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Congress Debates Reauthorization of Expired Violence Against Women Act
    March 21, 2019

    The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), a landmark piece of legislation that was the first to offer clear protections for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, is up for reauthorization this year. The law has been instrumental in providing protections for immigrants who have faced this type of violence. Due to the government shutdown, […] The post Congress Debates Reauthorization of Expired Violence Against Women Act appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Taking H-4 Spouses out of the US Workforce Would Hurt Women the Most
    March 19, 2019

    The Trump administration is set to issue a proposed rule that would prevent the spouses of certain high-skilled temporary foreign workers from getting jobs while they are in the United States. The rule—which would bar employment for those in H-4 status—would waste economic potential and have a disproportionate impact on women. This new rule derives […] The post Taking H-4 Spouses out of the US Workforce Would Hurt Women the Most appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • An Update on TPS: A Promising New Bill, More Lawsuits, and an Uncertain Future
    March 18, 2019

    More than 300,000 Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holders whose status was due to expire in the coming months have new reasons to be hopeful. On the legislative front, Congress proposed a new bill to provide permanent status in the United States for many TPS holders and Dreamers. Separately, the Trump administration gave TPS holders from […] The post An Update on TPS: A Promising New Bill, More Lawsuits, and an Uncertain Future appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]