Maria Cordon practices consumer bankruptcy and immigration law.   Find below a list of her presentations on immigration and nationality law:


*Maria Cordon, Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association  (AILA)  in AILA Texas Chapter Fall Conference:  Strategies for Family-Based Cases (Nov. 5, 2011). 

*Maria Cordon, Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association  (AILA) in AILA Texas Chapter Fall Conference: Approval of Petitions and Applications After the Death of a Qualifying Relative Under New Section 204(l) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) (Nov. 5, 2011).

*Maria Cordon, Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association  (AILA) in AILA Texas Spring Chapter Conference: H-1B Issues (Apr. 11, 2008).

*Maria Cordon, Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association  (AILA) ILW Teleseminar: Beating the Cap.  All About the H (2007).

*Maria Cordon, Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association  (AILA) in AILA Texas Chapter Fall Conference: I-601 Practice in Houston  (Nov. 4, 2005).

*Maria Cordon, Presenter at the Texas Southern University, Thurgood Marshall School Law, in Center for Continuing Legal Education: Citizenship and Naturalization (2005).

*Maria Cordon, Presenter in Sterling Education Services: Labor Certification Processing Developments (Jan. 26, 2005).

*Maria Cordon, Presenter in Sterling Education Services: H-1B Processing Developments (Jan. 26, 2005).

*Maria Cordon, Lecturer at the University of Texas A&M University, College Station The MSC Wiley Lecture Series: Law and Borders. (Nov. 29, 2001).



5100 Westheimer #200

Houston, TX  77056

*By appointment only.

*Solo con cita.

Maria  Cordon has been Board Certified in Immigration and Nationality Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 2003. 

She is  a debt relief agency and helps consumers file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

She is admitted to practice before the Southern, Northern, Eastern, and Western U.S. District Courts  of Texas and is licensed to practice law by the Texas Supreme Court since 1994.


Ms. Cordon obtained her Juris Doctor degree from Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law, in 1994 and her undergraduate degree magna cum laude from Trinity College, Duke University, in 1990. 




B-1/B-2 Business/Tourist, E-1/E-2- Treaty Trader/Treaty Investor, H-1B Specialty Occupation, L-1/L-1B- Multinational Manager/Specialized Knowledge, R-Religious,TN-NAFTA.
Complete your visa process at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate abroad.
Adjust your status in the U.S. through family, special immigrant juvenile (SIJ), religious, widower,  business, asylum,  NACARA.
Obtain U.S. citizenship through grandparents to parents  or naturalization.
Motions to reopen, reconsider or appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) or Board of Alien Labor Certification (BALCA).
Representation before the Dept. of Justice,  Executive Office of Immigration Review, in removal or deportation proceedings.

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