Empowering Immigration Solutions

In-person, phone, and Skype consultations

Powers Law Group, P.C. is an immigration law firm focused 100% on U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law. Based in Houston, Texas and Hackensack, New Jersey, we represent clients worldwide. Focusing solely on U.S. immigration law empowers us to provide specialized service for all of our clients’ immigration needs.

Ruby L. Powers, the founding immigration attorney, has personal experience navigating the immigration processes and brings this experience and point of view to each client with compassion, honesty, and understanding.

What further sets the Powers Law Group apart from other firms is the level of dedication each client receives, which allows for the attention to detail necessary in immigration law. With technology, we are able to provide personal attention through various means of communication to our clients, regardless of location.

1 (713) 589-2085 and (201) 210-8240

Fax: 1 (713) 589-3101

Powers Law Group,
Midtown Plaza,
5225 Katy Freeway, Suite 300
Houston, Texas 77007

Powers Law Group
2 University Plaza, Suite 100
Hackensack, NJ 07601

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Call us today for a consultation with the attorney in English, Spanish or Turkish.

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