Indian Lawyer for Immigration in Dallas, TX

Do you need help from an Indian immigration attorney?

At the Mathur Law Offices, P.C., we understand how important it is that you have an immigration lawyer that respects your viewpoint, your culture and understands the concerns that Indians may have with regard to family or business immigration. Our Indian lawyer is best suited to serve you, and is very committed to serving Indians in all immigration legal matters, from family to employment-based visas, to issues surrounding the new law and deferred action, to detention and deportation and naturalization. When families face the possibility of being unable to share their lives in the USA, it is truly necessary to get a legal professional with a great depth of experience in immigration law, and a track record of solving the most difficult problems. We are very proud of our service to the Indian community, both in Dallas and other parts of Texas and overseas. We have been involved in immigration law for many, many years, and our lawyers are professional, highly skilled, and ready to help.

Immigration Law Continues to Change in the U.S.

Immigration law is always changing and evolving. There are new opportunities that can benefit you or your family. In May of 2012, the new directive was issued by the U.S. government allowing those who entered the USA at a young age to stay for two more years without legal action being taken against them, and they have the ability to gain a work permit so that they can earn a living legally.

If you or one of your relatives could qualify, please contact our firm to get more information about deferred action and this new opportunity to live and work in the U.S. legally. Every year there are new cases that are decided at the federal level, and staying completely up-to-date with current case law, amendments and federal court decisions is part of our duty to our clients. This allows us to identify the best solution for even the most complex legal issues.

Immigration for Family or Business

If you are hoping to legally immigrate to the U.S., it is extremely important that every detail is handled with great care and attention. Government agencies are slow at the best of times, but we know how to expedite urgent petitions, and how to get the job done for our clients. If there is any barrier to your immigration that you are concerned about, allow us to review your situation and advise you of a solution that could make your dreams possible. Those who are hoping to bring their family into the U.S. will want assistance so that the process goes smoothly.

Any errors or incomplete paperwork or documentation can stall the process or lead to a denial. Don't take chances on these important issues. When your future with your family is at stake, you want to be confident that your case is being handled with a great deal of care and attention. We offer our Indian clients the opportunity to be represented by an attorney who understands the importance of family that we have in our culture, and will be intent upon getting results.

Let a Dallas Indian Immigration Lawyer Help You

If you are planning to work in the U.S., as many Indians do in a wide range of professions, or are a student here that hopes to stay in the country, there may be options that can work for you. Some types of professions are highly sought in the country and have preference in immigration. There are great opportunities in the U.S., and our firm is ready to help you make this country your temporary or permanent home.

  • I am profoundly thankful to Mathur Law Offices for helping me with my immigration work. Mr. Mathur is truly an expert at any immigration matter. I admire the ease with which he handled my difficult immigration case.

Mathur Law Offices, P.C. - Dallas Immigration Attorney
Located at
2989 N. Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, TX 75247. View Map

Phone: (888) 867-5191 | Local Phone: (214) 378-8880
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