HANNAH B. YOUNG
Direct: (832) 879-2031
Main: (713) 625-9200
Fax: (713) 625-9222
The University of Texas
(B.A. in Government)
The University of Houston Law Center
State Bar of Texas
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.
Prior to her legal studies, Ms. Young received a Bachelor of Arts in Government at the University of Texas in Austin. She then moved to Houston for her legal education. During her time in law school, Ms. Young was the Chief Managing Editor of the Journal of Consumer and Commercial Law and spent time teaching high school students in the Houston area about the law through the Street Law program.
However, it was when she began representing indigent clients with the University of Houston Law Center Immigration Clinic that her interest in immigration law began. There, she helped file DACA, SIJ, U-Visas, and sat as co-counsel on an Individual Asylum hearing for a client detained in the Karnes Detention Facility in Karnes City, Texas.
After her time at the Immigration Clinic, Ms. Young decided to continue to pursue a career in immigration. She previously worked as a law clerk at the Modi Law Firm, and joined Quan Law Group, PPLC as a law clerk in 2015.
Ms. Young is a member of the Immigration and Nationality Section of the State Bar of Texas. She hopes that she may continue to play a role in helping people start their life in the United States as well as help people navigate the complex and difficult immigration process.