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Since its founding in 1997, the Law Office of Paul S. Zoltan has gone through many changes. The attorney’s first clients met with him in restaurants and cafés, relating their stories as Mr. Zoltan took notes on a laptop computer. Nowadays such interviews happen in a more commodious setting—8610 Greenville Avenue, Suite 100 in Dallas.

When started, this practice represented solely to asylum seekers. Now the attorney represents the foreign-born in most applications for nonimmigrant and immigrant status, including adjustment of status; family-based visas; defense against deportation, exclusion and removal; work authorization; naturalization; benefits under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA); U and T visas; requests for prosecutorial discretion; and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

In churches, schools, and community centers, Mr. Zoltan also conducts frequent trainings to prepare immigrants and U.S. citizens alike to invoke their right to remain silent. Participants in these multimedia "Silence is Golden" presentations learn how to withhold from law enforcement officials all information (other than their identity) that they do not wish to reveal. For upcoming trainings, click here.

What has not changed over the years is Mr. Zoltan’s focus upon each individual client’s needs. For the attorney, and for his experienced and dedicated staff, that focus means client care. In practical terms, client care means:

Responsiveness: Each client’s calls and correspondence receive prompt replies. 

Courtesy: Each client is welcomed with hospitality and respect.

Confidentiality: No client’s case information will be disclosed to anyone without the client’s consent.

Transparency: Each client is informed of every development in his or her case.

Timeliness: Forms, briefs and applications are filed on time.

Diligence: Each file holds a client’s future; each case receives commensurate care.

Complex litigation before federal courts

Family-based visa petitions

Consular processing

Removal, deportation, and exclusion defense (including requests for prosecutorial discretion)

Asylum, withholding of removal, and relief under the Convention Against Torture (CAT)

Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA)

Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ) status

Violence against Women Act (VAWA)

Legal Immigration and Family Equity (LIFE)

Act Family-based visa petitionsVictims of trafficking and crimes (T and U visas)

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)