Kathryn Karam - The Law Office of Kathryn N. Karam

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Kathryn Karam

The Law Office of Kathryn N. Karam

2200 Southwest Fwy, Suite 400

Houston, TX 77098


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Kathryn N. Karam is a dedicated and skilled attorney who has practiced immigration law in Texas since 2007. Karam is the founder of The Law Office of Kathryn N. Karam in Houston where she represents clients throughout Harris County facing immigration issues.

Before law school, Karam studied Chinese and earned her bachelor of arts in Chinese from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. She also earned her certificate in Chinese studies from the Johns Hopkins-Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies. Karam earned her juris doctor in 2007 from the University of Texas School of Law.

Karam began her career at Quan, Burdette, and Perez, P.C., which later became FosterQuan LLP, in Houston. During this time, she handled all types of immigration matters, including family-based immigration matters, naturalization and citizenship issues, employment-based matters, non-immigrant visas and detention and removal cases. 

Karam was later employed with Greenberg Traurig, LLP in Houston, Texas, where she primarily handled non-immigrant visa matters. Karam founded The Law Office of Kathryn N. Karam in Houston in 2013. The firm provides personal and thorough legal counsel for those with immigration concerns, such as removal/deportation

In addition to being Board Certified in Immigration and Nationality Law, Karam also is a member of several legal organizations and local associations. She is able to connect with many clients as a speaker of both Mandarin and Spanish.

Undergraduate: Trinity University, B.A., Chinese
Law School: University of Texas
Admitted to Bar: 2007
Practice Areas: Personal > Immigration-Personal
Organizations: American Immigration Lawyers Association Texas Chapter; Asian Chamber of Commerce; Asian American Bar Association; and World Affairs Council.
Gender: Female
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