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Shelle-Ann Simon, Esq.

Managing Attorney

Attorney Shelle-Ann Simon is an immigration, family law and personal injury attorney in the Houston, Texas area providing 10 years of legal experience to her clients.  Mrs. Simon has lived in the Houston area for over 25 years. 

Mrs. Simon was born in Kingston, Jamaica and lived there before emigrating to Texas with her family as a child.   She attended Baylor University in Waco, Texas and received a BBA with a double major in Marketing and International Business.  Soon thereafter, she went on to receive her law degree at Thurgood Marshall School of Law. While in attendance at Thurgood Marshall, she was on the Dean’s List and also received the prestigious Mickey Leland Fellowship to live for a semester in our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C., while working for a member of Congress.  While there, she was able to experience first hand how our laws are made while serving and making a direct impact. 

Shelle Ann Simon

Practice Areas

Family Immigration

The Immigration and Nationality Act provides a process for foreigners to immigrate to the US based on family ties.

Green Cards

Having a Green Card makes it possible for you to live and work permanently in the United States.


The United States has many ways to obtain citizenship. Depending on your situation, different requirements may apply to you.


VAWA is a special immigration status for victims of domestic violence.


The U nonimmigrant status provides relief for victims of specific crimes who have suffered mental or physical abuse and are helpful to law enforcement or government officials in the investigation.

T Visa

A T visa is a type of visa allowing certain victims of human trafficking and immediate family members to remain and work temporarily in the United States.

Employment Authorization

Form I-766/EAD is a document that proves your legal working status in the United States for an allotted time period.


A waiver or request for forgiveness is a procedural legal action that we can take to ask the government to forgive any immigration violations in order for us to maintain residency.

Deportation Defense

Our attorneys will evaluate your situation and seek every form or relief possible to keep you in the United States.


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