Immigration & Naturalization Law


When Experienced Immigration Attorneys Matters!

More than 50 years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court stated that, “So long…as aliens fail to obtain and maintain citizenship by naturalization, they remain subject to the plenary power of Congress to expel them under the sovereign right to determine what noncitizens shall be permitted to remain within our borders.”Carlson v. Landon, 342 U.S. 524, 531 (1952). The Supreme Court recognized then, and remains true now, that the right to regulate foreign nationals within the U.S. border is a sovereign right in which Congress has plenary power to expel and exclude any alien who may pose a danger to the public or to the security and welfare of the U.S. Today, immigration law has eroded much of a foreign national’s rights and has placed severe restrictions on those who want to enter and remain in the U.S.

The experienced Houston Immigration Attorneys and the West Houston Employment-based Immigration Lawyers at the Law Offices of Tuan Minh Pham have assisted hundreds of clients in traversing the difficult channels of U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Law. Our experienced Houston Family-based Immigration Lawyers and West Houston Consular Processing Attorneys have successfully assisted hundreds of families reunite through family-based petitions (I-130) and helping those individuals come to the U.S., even after being denied by the United States Citizenship & Immigrant Services in the U.S. and the U.S. Consular Officers abroad. Our Southwest Houston Employment-based Immigration Attorneys and the Houston Treaty Investor Lawyers at the Law Offices of Tuan Minh Pham assisted numerous employers to sponsor for employees abroad with skills and experience that benefit our clients in the U.S. Our Houston Non-Immigrant Visa Attorneys assisted employers to transfer employees abroad to the U.S. (L-1A & L-1B), hire and sponsor temporary professionals (H-1B, TN-1), assisted in obtaining difficult and complex foreign Treaty Trader & Treaty Investor visas (E-1 & E-2), and religious worker visas (R-1). Furthermore, our Houston Immigrant Defense Attorneys assisted many families and foreign nationals in removal proceedings in U.S. immigration courts and filed Asylum applications and appeals with the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). Should you or your company have a need for experienced immigration attorneys, please contact our Houston Immigration Attorneys and our Southwest Houston Immigration Lawyers at the Law Offices of Tuan Minh Pham for a personal consultation.

The following are some of the areas of immigration and naturalization law in which we continuously assist our clients. Please contact our Houston Immigration Lawyers and our Houston Immigration Defense Counsel at 713-517-6645 for more information and to set up a consultation.

Employment-Based Immigrant Petitions (Business Immigration Visas)

  • First Preference
  • Second Preference
  • Third Preference
  • Fourth Preference
  • Fifth Preference

Family-Based Immigrant Petitions (Family Sponsorship Visas)

  • Immediate Relatives
  • Non-Immediate RelativesNon-Immigrant Visas (U.S. Nonimmigrant Work Visas)

Non-Immigrant Visas (U.S. Nonimmigrant Work Visas)


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