The Nossa Law Office is a boutique immigration law firm that focuses on employment, investment & family based immigration. We represent small & large companies, doctors & researches, academics & families in their pursuits of visas & re
The Nossa Law Office is an immigration law firm based in Houston Texas. We provide immigration services to local and international individuals, families, workers, students, investors and small businesses.
The Nossa Law Office commits itself to protecting and ensuring the contributions made to this country by immigrants and nonimmigrants alike. We have dedicated our practice to ensuring that America continues to reap the benefits of immigration.
The firm was established in 2009.
We have handled hundreds of cases with a concentration on National Interest Waivers, L-1A Intracompany Transfers, E-2 Investor Visas, TN and H-1Bs, family, and investment based adjudications, including numerous EB-5s.
1415 North Loop West
How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?
I chose immigration law because as the son of an immigrant I understand the need for devoted representation.
What is your firm's point of view regarding clients educating themselves on legal issues?
I find that my clients are best served when they have an understanding of basic immigration law and principles.
Is your firm willing to review documents prepared by clients?
One of the services I provide clients is document review. Document review can be an invaluable service for clients that do not need the full services of an immigration firm, yet desire input on their case.
Is your firm willing to coach clients who want to represent themselves?
Immigration Law is complicated and complex. It is best to have competent representation.
Prior to opening the Nossa Law Office, I worked with a prominent immigration firm, where my time was devoted to investment based Immigration and Nationality Law. During my legal studies, I took advantage of the exemplary clinical education at the University of Texas School of Law, working with the Transnational Worker Rights Clinic representing low-income transnational migrant workers in cases to recover unpaid wages. Additionally, I worked with the Community Development Clinic where I represented nonprofit organizations and individuals involved in community development. I also clerked for the in-house counsel to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe where I worked on cases dealing with sovereign immunity, land and distribution rights. These experiences have taught me the importance of client centered lawyering.My strengths include attention to detail, fervent desire to understand the law before giving advice and preparedness.Personal interests: In addition to Immigration and Naturalization Law, I am fascinated by Federal Indian Law and the complex intersects of state, federal and tribal power.
Bar Number: 24071827
Texas , 2010
University of Texas at Austin
Working with the Transnational Worker Rights Clinic representing low-income transnational migrant workers in cases to recover unpaid wages, and the Community Development Clinic where I represented nonprofit organizations and individuals involved in community development.
University of Texas at Austin
Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude
Latin American Studies
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