- Employment-based Immigration
- Family-based Immigration
Natasha holds a J.D. from the University of Houston and joins Ware Immigration with extensive experience in the field of immigration law. Natasha has provided strategic legal guidance to countless national and international corporations, including both Fortune 500 companies and smaller business ventures across industries ranging from architecture, engineering, telecommunications, universities, hospitals, and religious institutions. She has represented numerous leading researchers, scientists, and professors, as well as senior executives and managers for international companies. As immigration counsel, Natasha provides tailored and proactive solutions for her clients, while advising on compliance, best corporate practices, filing and reporting requirements, plus necessary steps following mergers, acquisitions, and other corporate restructurings. Natasha has also represented numerous individuals in family-based immigration and naturalization matters and has successfully advocated on behalf of victims of abuse by submitting special immigrant petitions under the Violence Against Women Act. She has also championed the cause of refugees and asylum seekers by serving as a volunteer attorney for local community groups.
Throughout her career, Natasha has sought to carefully foster strong working relationships with counterpart government entities, serving as Liaison to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office and routinely interfacing with consulates and embassies worldwide to resolve adjudication issues. Twice selected as Texas Rising Star by the Super Lawyers publication, Natasha has been invited to serve as guest lecturer and panel moderator at universities and professional meetings. She has also served as Marketing Co-Chair for the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) TX Chapter, Chair of the AILA Young Lawyers Division, and Fundraising Chair for annual United Way campaigns.
In her spare time, Natasha enjoys travel and adventure, interests informed by her formative years spent in Bangladesh, the United Kingdom, Libya, the United Arab Emirates, and Canada.
- University of Houston College of Law, Houston, Texas
- J.D. - 1999
- University of Houston, Houston, Texas
- B.B.A. - 1995
- Major: Accounting
- Texas, 2000
- American Immigration Lawyers Association