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Immigration Solutions
Providing Personal & Affordable Legal Representation

Houston Immigration Attorney

Experienced Immigration Counsel

Immigration is one of the most complex legal processes a person can face, but is also one of the most rewarding. Anyone who is looking to travel to the United States or to immigrate here permanently can benefit from the counsel of a skilled lawyer. Hira Law PLLC practices extensively in immigration law and can provide the quality counsel and guidance that you need. We are honest and straightforward with our clients so that they know exactly what their case involves and how our firm is able to assist them.

Hira Law PLLC focuses on the individual needs of each client. No two immigration cases are alike, and we personalize your representation so that you are able to obtain your visa as quickly as possible and with minimal hassle. Attorney Randeep S. Hira leads the firm and has seven years of legal experience. He handles every case himself and ensures that every client understands their options, as well as the difficulties and potential outcomes, for their case. We offer full disclosure right from the start so that you can make the most informed decision possible.

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Need an immigration lawyer in Houston?

Our firm provides comprehensive legal counsel and representation across the spectrum of immigration law. Clients choose Hira Law PLLC for help with cases including:

We represent clients in hearings at the Houston Immigration Court and the Houston SPC Immigration Court, and can provide assistance in detention cases at the Houston Contract Detention Facility, the IAH Secure Adult Detention Facility, and the Joe Corley Detention Facility. Whatever the circumstances of your situation, we urge you to contact us now for a free case evaluation. Take the opportunity to get answers to your questions, learn about your rights, and begin working with an attorney who cares to see you succeed in your case.