Boxwala Zuzindlak PLLC

Boxwala Zuzindlak PLLC

We provide our clients quality immigration solutions so they can live and work freely in the USA. Consult us today. Feel better tomorrow.

Firm Overview

Our Story

Zainab Boxwala and Chelsea Zuzindlak met as classmates enrolled in their law school's Asylum and Immigration Law Clinic. Together, they jointly managed the working case file of an asylum applicant and her minor son, devised a removal defense strategy, researched key issues in the case, and drafted and filed two pre-hearing briefs. They sought out country condition and medical experts and prepared them for written and oral testimony, and extensively prepared their client for her nine-hour individual merits hearing at the Detroit Immigration Court.

Zainab and Chelsea's dedication to their case fostered trust in each other's legal ethics and work product. They enjoyed working together because they share the same fastidious work ethic, motivate each other to maximize output, and hone the unique qualities each one possesses to optimize their time and resources. The foundation of their working relationship was established during this period, planting the seed that would eventually flourish as Boxwala Zuzindlak PLLC. Some of the key principles that guided their relationship then, and still root their relationship now, include executing disciplined strategies for researching, evaluating and selecting the best course of action for their clients in any given situation. No case is too simple or too complex. They apply the same exacting standard of analysis and strategy development to each client's case. They firmly believe, through their experience, that cases which initially appear simple may become challenging, even problematic, as more facts surface; while cases which appear complex at first blush may actually resolve with the simplest of solutions.

Why We're Partners

Zainab Boxwala and Chelsea Zuzindlak are dedicated legal practitioners whose personal experiences make them keenly aware of the immigration predicaments faced by those who want to live and work freely in the United States. Their lived experiences combined with their tireless work ethic and drive for perfection makes them passionate and exceptional attorneys, especially in the field of immigration which requires counselors to respond to matters of the heart as well as the law.
Main Office
Boxwala Zuzindlak PLLC
1828 Snake River Road
Suite B
Katy  TX  77449
Phone
  • (855) 428-3762
Fax
  • (713) 714-5721
Websites

Office Information

Office Hours
By Appointment
Emergency After Hours
Yes
Languages Spoken
English, Hindi, Gujarati, Urdu

Other Offices

Boxwala Zuzindlak PLLC

Royal Oak,  MI  48068
Immigration Law
We are immigration law attorneys with experience in both family-based and employment-based immigration matters. We look forward to working with you on your immigration case today!
Zainab Boxwala and Chelsea Zuzindlak are dedicated legal practitioners whose personal experiences make them keenly aware of the immigration predicaments faced by those who want to live and work freely in the United States. Their lived experiences combined with their tireless work ethic and drive for perfection makes them passionate and exceptional attorneys, especially in the field of immigration which requires counselors to respond to matters of the heart as well as the law.

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

Zainab Boxwala and Chelsea Zuzindlak met as classmates enrolled in their law school's Asylum and Immigration Law Clinic. Together, they jointly managed the working case file of an asylum applicant and her minor son, devised a removal defense strategy, researched key issues in the case, and drafted and filed two pre-hearing briefs. They sought out country condition and medical experts and prepared them for written and oral testimony, and extensively prepared their client for her nine-hour individual merits hearing at the Detroit Immigration Court.

Zainab and Chelsea's dedication to their case fostered trust in each other's legal ethics and work product. They enjoyed working together because they share the same fastidious work ethic, motivate each other to maximize output, and hone the unique qualities each one possesses to optimize their time and resources. The foundation of their working relationship was established during this period, planting the seed that would eventually flourish as Boxwala Zuzindlak PLLC. Some of the key principles that guided their relationship then, and still root their relationship now, include executing disciplined strategies for researching, evaluating and selecting the best course of action for their clients in any given situation. No case is too simple or too complex. They apply the same exacting standard of analysis and strategy development to each client's case. They firmly believe, through their experience, that cases which initially appear simple may become challenging, even problematic, as more facts surface; while cases which appear complex at first blush may actually resolve with the simplest of solutions.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Zainab Boxwala and Chelsea Zuzindlak are dedicated legal practitioners whose personal experiences make them keenly aware of the immigration predicaments faced by those who want to live and work freely in the United States. Their lived experiences combined with their tireless work ethic and drive for perfection makes them passionate and exceptional attorneys, especially in the field of immigration which requires counselors to respond to matters of the heart as well as the law.

Zainab Boxwala

Zainab Boxwala is a founding member and managing partner at Boxwala Zuzindlak PLLC. Prior to founding Boxwala Zuzindlak PLLC, Zainab exclusively practiced immigration law as a solo-practitioner under the auspices of Averna Legal Group in Michigan and later as the founder of the Law of Office of Zainab Boxwala in Houston, Texas. She obtained her J.D., cum laude, from Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, Michigan, and holds a Master of Arts degree in Globalization Studies from McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. During law school, Zainab clerked for the Honorable Chief Judge Gerald E. Rosen of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. She cut her teeth on immigration law as a Student Attorney at the Wayne Law Asylum and Immigration Law Clinic where she served as first-chair attorney at her client's all-day individual merits hearing at the Detroit Immigration Court.


Both attorneys specialize in complex cases from business immigration to family sponsorship, and are skilled at untangling blunders caused by prior ineffective representation. Zainab has expertise in drafting petitions and directing the compilation of convincing evidence for obtaining EB-1 multinational executive/manager immigrant visas and L-1A nonimmigrant intracompany transferee executive/manager visas for small and large companies. On the family-based visa side, her expertise is handling complex family-based immigrant applications cases which include Adam Walsh Act bars and marriage fraud bars, and applications involving the compilation of extensive relationship and familial history documentation. Chelsea has expertise in executing the PERM process from ad drafting through audit; drafting EB-1 outstanding researcher immigrant petitions, L-1B nonimmigrant intracompany transferee petitions for employees with specialized knowledge, and TN nonimmigrant applications for Canadian and Mexican citizens; and coaching clients through the naturalization process, from the filing of the N-400 application for U.S. citizenship to the final interview with an immigration officer.

Chelsea Zuzindlak

Chelsea Zuzindlak is a founding member and managing partner at Boxwala Zuzindlak PLLC. Before founding Boxwala Zuzindlak PLLC, Chelsea worked as a Staff Attorney in the Business Immigration Practice Group at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP. She started her career as a U.S. Department of Justice recruit through the agency's prestigious Attorney General's Honors Program, serving as the sole Attorney Advisor to four immigration judges at the Detroit Immigration Court. She obtained her J.D., cum laude, from Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, Michigan, where she also earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in Anthropology and Asian Studies. During law school, Chelsea served as a Student Attorney at the Wayne Law Asylum and Immigration Law Clinic for two semesters and rendered 50 hours of pro bono legal aid.

Both attorneys specialize in complex cases from business immigration to family sponsorship, and are skilled at untangling blunders caused by prior ineffective representation. Zainab has expertise in drafting petitions and directing the compilation of convincing evidence for obtaining EB-1 multinational executive/manager immigrant visas and L-1A nonimmigrant intracompany transferee executive/manager visas for small and large companies. On the family-based visa side, her expertise is handling complex family-based immigrant applications cases which include Adam Walsh Act bars and marriage fraud bars, and applications involving the compilation of extensive relationship and familial history documentation. Chelsea has expertise in executing the PERM process from ad drafting through audit; drafting EB-1 outstanding researcher immigrant petitions, L-1B nonimmigrant intracompany transferee petitions for employees with specialized knowledge, and TN nonimmigrant applications for Canadian and Mexican citizens; and coaching clients through the naturalization process, from the filing of the N-400 application for U.S. citizenship to the final interview with an immigration officer.

Boxwala Zuzindlak PLLC

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