KAMRAN I MAKHDOOM PLLC
Kamran I. Makhdoom started practicing law in 1996 in his hometown Multan, Pakistan after graduating from law school as a Valedictorian. He also taught in some law colleges in a few cities in Pakistan. Through the Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarship, Mr. Makhdoom earned his second Masters in Law from University of Houston Law Center. He focused in Immigration Law and was fortunate to have Professor Joe Vail (a retired Immigration Court Judge) as a mentor.
Mr. Makhdoom is licensed to practice law in New York. He deals in employment (Intra-Company Transferee, PERM, EB2, EB3, Religious Worker, VAWA) and family based immigration, removal / deportation / asylum as well as matters at the U.S. Embassies and Consulates worldwide. Complex requests for evidence and appeals are also effectively handled.
Mr. Makhdoom believes in giving honest and sincere advice while making the law as easy as possible to understand, follow, and obtain the desired results. Mr. Makhdoom has been an active Rotarian and apart from serving his past clubs and Rotary Districts, he is the Past President of Fort Bend Rotary Club in Sugar Land, Texas. He speaks Punjabi, Urdu, Hindi, and Seraiki.