Samavati & Samavati Law Firm | Iranian Immigration Attorney in Houston, Texas
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ABOUT GIA SAMAVATI Gia ShahrzadGia is licensed by The Supreme Court of Texas.
She is a member of the State Bar of Texas, American Bar Association, Houston Young Lawyers Association, Texas Young Lawyers Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Gia now practices immigration law at Samavati & Samavati Law Firm.
She is a skilled Houston immigration lawyer and seeks to help anyone hoping to obtain a visa or a green card.
She also practices Houston deportation defence and can help anyone who is being wrongfully deported from the country. For an experienced Houston immigration attorney, call Gia Samavati.
She can be contacted directly here. She speaks fluent Farsi and for your convenience, we offer telephone and weekend consultations. Iranian Immigration Attorney in Houston
We build true relationships with our clients, and we want to make sure you feel comfortable throughout the legal process. Our attorneys take time in explaining the relevant law, procedure, timing, cost, possible outcomes, and alternative options for each client. This type of personal care gives you peace of mind that your legal matter is being handled with respect and efficiency.
Our goal is to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
Expect our Houston immigration attorneys to uphold a high standard of ethical conduct and professional responsibilities. What you get from Samavati & Samavati Law Firm are determined and trustworthy Houston immigration lawyers.
As a sign of our commitment to personalized service, you will be able to contact us directly 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For your convenience, we offer telephone and weekend consultations.
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Please do not send us any information about your legal problem.
Our professional obligations require that before accepting any new client or new matter, we must determine whether there are any actual or potential conflicts with any of our existing or former clients.