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Lola B. Ayala

Lola B. Ayala

LOLA B. AYALA

Attorney

 

Contact:

Direct: (832) 879-2020
Main: (713) 625-9200
Fax: (713) 625-9222

Email: layala@quanlaw.com

Education:
University of Houston
(B.S. Sociology and Political Science)

South Texas College of Law
(J.D.)

Licensed:
State Bar of Texas

Languages:
English
Spanish

Lola Beulah Ayala, a graduate of South Texas College of Law Houston, focuses her immigration practice on litigation matters such as removal defense, representing clients in immigration court and in appellate matters.

As a previous Law Clerk with Quan Law Group, Ms. Ayala gained experience in a wide variety of immigration cases, including family-based petitions, humanitarian reinstatement and parole, asylum, VAWA, waivers of inadmissibility, U-Visas, and motions to reopen/reconsider before the immigration court and immigration service.

Ms. Ayala also has experience in family and employment-based appeals before the Board of Immigration Appeals, the Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals, and the Administrative Appeals Office.

Ms. Ayala received her Bachelor of Science in Sociology and Political Science from the University of Houston. During her undergraduate studies, she was active with the Houston Volunteer Lawyer’s Program, regularly participating in their Saturday Legal Advice Clinic at Ripley House in Southeast Houston. During law school, she represented indigent clients in T-visa and asylum applications through South Texas College of Law’s Asylum and Human Trafficking Clinic and received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award for her work.

Ms. Ayala is a certified Mediator, obtaining her certificate from the South Texas College of Law Frank Evans Center for Conflict Resolution.

Ms. Ayala has a passion for analyzing complex legal situations. She works diligently to understand each client’s unique needs and strives to help them navigate the difficult immigration process.

She is a member of the Immigration and Nationality Section of the State Bar of Texas and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).