Gordon J. Quan
Gordon J. Quan previously founder of Quan, Burdette & Perez, P.C. and co-founder of Foster Quan, LLP, has been recognized as one of the leading immigration law practitioners in the United States.
Jarred J. Slater
Jarred J. Slater previously a Senior Attorney at FosterQuan, LLP, has been a licensed attorney since 2005 and has significant experience in immigration law.
Matthew G. Thompson
Matthew (Matt) G.Thompson has specialized in advanced employment-based immigration law and global business immigration matters for nearly 20 years. He has assisting employers of varying sizes with immigration challenges facing international workforces.
Myron R. Morales
Myron R. Morales focuses his practice on all aspects of business and family-based immigration, as well as global workforce mobility. He has broad experience in the energy, information technology, education, transportation, entertainment, and healthcare industries.
Jennifer Dulay Mizulski
Jennifer Dulay Mizulski previously an attorney at FosterQuan, LLP, focuses her practice on employment-based immigration matters including E-2, L-1, H-1B and EB-5 investors.
Lauren M. Rouhana
Lauren M. Rouhana is a graduate of South Texas College of Law. She has been representing clients in family-based immigration matters including international adoption.
Mario A. Varela
Mario Varela focuses his practice representing clients, detained and non-detained, in immigration court and before the Board of Immigration Appeals. These cases frequently involve individuals who are fleeing persecution in their home countries and are applying for protection in the United States, as well as permanent and non-permanent residents, who are facing deportation.
Jason F. Kyriakides
Jason F. Kyriakides focuses on business and family-based immigration law. He has experience in a broad array of industries, including information technology, oil and gas, healthcare, and finance. He regularly advises employers on H-1B, L-1A, Blanket L, and H-2B matters, as well as EB-1 (extraordinary ability and multinational managers) and PERM matters
Hannah B. Young
Hannah B. Young is a graduate of The University of Houston Law Center. Ms. Young represents clients in wide variety of immigration matters with a focus on family-based petitions and litigation matters, such as waivers of inadmissibility, DACA, U-visas, VAWA, and Asylum. Ms. Young also works on employment-based matters, such as L-1A and L-1B visas.
Minnie Tsai, a graduate of The University of Texas School of Law, is an experienced immigration professional with a practice focused on investor and employment-based immigration matters.
Merina Shakya is a graduate of The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois. Ms. Shakya came to the U.S. in 2001 as an international student and graduated with a degree in Biochemistry from Minnesota State University.
David J. Quan
David J. Quan is a Board Certified attorney in Labor and Employment Law. Mr. Quan has over 20 years of experience in this practice and represents both management and select individuals.