Texas Immigration Attorney Gasana Law Firm

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Houston Attorney Claudine Umuhire Gasana focuses solely on Immigration and United States Law Practice.

Claudine Umuhire Gasana has focused her practice on US laws and practices applicable to families, foreign skilled workers and United States employers.

As a Houston Lawyer, Her services range from individually tailored family green card solutions to business and employer visa solutions for oil and gas, heathcare, higher education industries to name a few.

As an immigrant herself, Attorney Gasana understands the importance and complexity of this processes.

We deliver world class services putting forward EXPERIENCE, INTEGRITY & DEDICATION while providing personalized solutions to each client.

Contact Houston Law Firm for a consultation at 281-809-5599

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Houston Immigration Attorney Claudine Gasana services companies and foreign professionals in complex matters related to U.S. alien laws and practices.



My company has a 100% success track record with Claudine over the last two years. This speaks to her dedication to excellence and execution. I couldn’t recommend a more capable attorney.
Excellent guidance! Claudine was extremely helpful in preparing the necessary documents for my visa application. She was extremely responsive and knowledgeable and offered insights that went above and beyond my expectations.
Excellent Employment lawyer in Houston. The petition was approved and we could not be more satisfied with her amazing work. She has the great experience, she is very efficient, diligent and always replies quickly. I absolutely recommend Mrs. Umuhire Gasana.

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