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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

  • 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

    PAUL Law Firm is thorough and professional. They are highly knowledgeable in immigration laws and other matters. Their services are prompt and just - in - time. Above all, they are reliable, customer satisfaction driven and honest. I strongly recommend her to anyone that is looking for quality services.

    Kayode Omopariola
    3/10/2018

    I HIGHLY recommend Mrs. Uchenna she is very professional and Truthful and knows what she is doing she doesn’t sugarcoat anything if she can help you she will. I love her compassion and drive she treats you like family and even after service is done she calls and check on her clients. Definitely my kind of Lawyer!!!

    Christina Essien
    3/09/2018

Important Immigration News

  • As One ‘Tent City’ for Immigrant Children Closes in Texas, Another Opens in Florida
    January 18, 2019

    Earlier this month, the Trump administration officially closed the doors of a “tent city” holding over 2,800 immigrant children in Tornillo, Texas. The closure comes after months of public pressure and local organizing. However, any celebration is short-lived. Just days after Tornillo’s closure, the administration announced its plan to increase bed space in another juvenile […] The post As One ‘Tent City’ for Immigrant Children Closes in Texas, Another Opens in Florida appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Promise to ‘Build the Wall’ Hurts Businesses and Residents Along the Border 
    January 17, 2019

    As the partial government shutdown stretches on, many individuals, families, and businesses around the country are struggling. At the heart of the shutdown and budget standoff is President Trump’s promise to “build the wall.” Yet for many people and businesses along the border, this is the last thing they want.   Ahead of President Trump’s visit to the U.S.-Mexico border last week, business owners and leaders […] The post Promise to ‘Build the Wall’ Hurts Businesses and Residents Along the Border  appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • The Trump Administration Loses Fight to Add Citizenship Question to the 2020 Census
    January 16, 2019

    A federal judge blocked the Trump administration’s plan to add a question on U.S. citizenship to the 2020 Census on Tuesday, ruling that the controversial move “violated the public trust” and would be damaging to immigrants. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced the administration’s intention to add the question – “Is this person a citizen […] The post The Trump Administration Loses Fight to Add Citizenship Question to the 2020 Census appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • How Rural Communities Are Embracing Immigrants and Thriving as a Result
    January 15, 2019

    Small and rural towns across America are increasingly faced with the opportunities and challenges that come with settling new immigrants. In nearly 3,000 rural American towns, the immigrant population grew by 130 percent since 1990. While immigrants are increasingly credited with bringing growth and stimulus to small town America, their arrival can also create tension […] The post How Rural Communities Are Embracing Immigrants and Thriving as a Result appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • As Shutdown Moves Into Fourth Week, Most Immigration Courts Remain Shuttered
    January 14, 2019

    With the government shutdown dragging into its fourth week—marking the longest shutdown in U.S. history—most of the nation’s immigration courts remain closed. The Trump administration decries immigration court backlogs and has implemented short cuts that limit and threaten due process to address the backlogs. Yet he has contributed to a shutdown that has led to […] The post As Shutdown Moves Into Fourth Week, Most Immigration Courts Remain Shuttered appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]