elcome to Azhar & Azhar, PLLC
Azhar & Azhar, PLLC is a law firm with several attorneys dedicated to working with a wide range of clients to provide the highest quality of legal services. Our firm’s clients are diverse, as we represent both individuals and companies for their legal needs. Our clients include professional athletes, leading scientists, world renowned authors, as well as hospitals, universities, restaurants, and consultancy groups. Our practice areas are broad, with a strong emphasis on Immigration and Nationality Law.
The attorneys at Azhar & Azhar law firm have previously enjoyed success at large law firms and have built a strong reputation in the Dallas/Fort Worth area for being honest, hardworking and responsive to their clients’ legal needs.
We invite you to review our website to learn more about our law firm and we welcome the opportunity to discuss your legal needs.
- January 9, 2016 – Nepali Granted Permanent Residency After Lengthy Court Battle
Our client, a citizen of Nepal, was placed in removal proceedings after the father was charged with marriage fraud and her status was terminated based on the termination of her father’s status. Our client sought relief in the form of a 237(a)(1)(H) waiver, and an I-589 asylum application. The immigration judge denied the applications, but through cooperation with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), attorney Furqan Sunny Azhar was able to terminate our client’s court case, so that they could become a permanent resident in front of USCIS, through a US citizen spouse.
- October 26, 2015 – Green Card Application Approved After Client Paroled Into the US
Our client, a citizen of India, has entered the US on an B-2 visa in the 1980’s. Shortly after entering the US, he changed his status to an F-1 student, then left to Canada to get an F-1 visa. His visa was denied, but upon his return to the border, the immigration officer waived him in.
USCIS was unwilling to approved our client’s case for a green card based on having been waived in, but attorney Furqan Sunny Azhar suggested that his client travel abroad on his advanced parole travel document that he obtained through his I-485 application, so upon his return, USCIS approved his I-485 application for permanent residency based on the BIA precedent in Matter of Arrabally and Yerrabelly.
- October 19, 2015 – O-1 Visa Approved for Professional Rodeo Team Roper
Our client, a citizen of Canada, has been one of the top rodeo athletes in Canada before pursuing his professional rodeo career in the United States in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Despite just recently beginning his professional athletic career, attorney Noaman Azhar was able to prove that our client was already one of the top Team Ropers in the world. Noaman focused the strength of our client’s accomplishments on his recent Intercollegiate National Championship, top 50 world ranking, and national rodeo publications that highlight his current success and immense potential. He will now continue to compete professionally for the next 3 years with the hopes of winning a world championship.
- October 13, 2015 – Approval of EB-1A Alien of Extraordinary Ability in the Athletics
Our client, a citizen of Canada, is a professional bareback rider in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Attorney Noaman Azhar initially filed an application to qualify our client as an alien of outstanding ability (O-1) in the athletics which was approved several years ago. After competing for 2 years on an O-1 visa our client sought the assistance again of Noaman Azhar, but this time to secure his permanent residency. Noaman argued that our client was perennially ranked within the top of the world for the last several years and had multiple national accomplishments and magazine features in several national rodeo publications including on the cover of Pro Rodeo News. Upon receiving his green card he will continue to compete professionally with the expectation of winning a world championship in the future.
- September 30, 2015 – Green Card Application Approved After Nearly 30 Year Wait
Our client, a citizen of Pakistan, had entered the US in the in 1980’s as a student. His status eventually expired. He then married someone without legal status, and they had 3 US citizen children in the US. Our client hired a non-attorney from California to file his I-589 application, which was denied by USCIS, and then denied in court. Our client then hired Azhar & Azhar Law Firm to appeal the case. Meanwhile, his US citizen daughter turned 21, so we filed I-130’s for him and his wife. Those were approved, so Furqan Sunny Azhar came to an agreement with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to terminate his client’s case, and so client and his wife were able to get permanent residency through USCIS. With his new green card, client was finally able to visit his elderly mother in Pakistan, whom he had not seen in over 30 years.