About Karam Immigration Law
The attorneys of Karam Immigration Law are dedicated to providing personal and thorough legal counsel for those with immigration concerns in the greater Houston, Texas area. We know that issues surrounding entering the country, making work arrangements, and other nationality matters can greatly affect the lives of each client and their families.
We work hard to ensure that every client receives personal attention for their unique circumstances. Our attorneys use their experience and detailed knowledge of immigration law to guide every client through the confusing processes ahead as smoothly as possible while reducing the stress on their shoulders.
Kathryn Karam is Board Certified in Immigration and Nationality Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization (TBLS), a distinction given to very few attorneys in Texas. She focuses solely on immigration law, which allows her to devote her practice to helping clients with their difficult situations.
Heidy Avila joined The Law Office of Kathryn N. Karam in March 2018 as a bilingual Legal Assistant. She joined the firm with public service experience as a CPS Social Worker, advocating for children’s rights, and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Legal Studies.
IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY LAW
We are pleased to inform you that Kathryn and her team are now a part of Quan Law Group
5444 Westheimer Rd., Suite 1700
Houston, Texas 77056
United States(713) 625-9200
“Kathryn’s Law Firm has been an absolute wonderful experience to work with. They went above and beyond to get me my Visa to China when I was denied the first time. Kathryn is a true professional and is a step above her competition!!!” -Edward
Recent News & Blog
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