Ghizal Miri

Associate Attorney

Ghizal Miri’s journey to practice immigration law began in Kabul, Afghanistan. Ghizal was in the first class of young Afghan girls to participate in the academic program Youth Exchange and Study between Afghanistan and the United States. After returning to Kabul, she was awarded a full scholarship to the University of Houston, from which she graduated with an Honors degree in political science. To give back to the United States, Ghizal served in the U.S Army for four years. After being honorably discharged, Ghizal entered the Thurgood Marshall School of Law and became a member of the Texas State Bar. Before beginning a practice in immigration, Ghizal practiced Civil and Criminal litigation for two years.

“Based on my background and culture, I understand what it takes to leave your country. I applaud the strength of immigrants who go through hardship and struggles to find a better future for themselves and their children. I want to help all who pursue the legal path to immigrate to this wonderful country.”

Education:

The University of Houston, Bachelor’s of Arts, Political Science, Honors
Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Juris Doctorate

Languages:

Dari/Farsi, Hindi/Urdu, Pushto and Arabic (basic), English

Admitted to:

Supreme Court of Texas Bar

Admitted to practice before the U.S District Court for the Southern District of Texas

Honors and Awards:

Recognized as Top 40 under 40 by American Institute of Trial Lawyers for 2020

Community Involvement:

American Immigration Lawyers Association Member
Member of Bar College

Ghizal Miri’s journey to practice immigration law began in Kabul, Afghanistan. Ghizal was in the first class of young Afghan girls to participate in the academic program Youth Exchange and Study between Afghanistan and the United States. After returning to Kabul, she was awarded a full scholarship to the University of Houston, from which she graduated with an Honors degree in political science. To give back to the United States, Ghizal served in the U.S Army for four years. After being honorably discharged, Ghizal entered the Thurgood Marshall School of Law and became a member of the Texas State Bar. Before beginning a practice in immigration, Ghizal practiced Civil and Criminal litigation for two years.

“Based on my background and culture, I understand what it takes to leave your country. I applaud the strength of immigrants who go through hardship and struggles to find a better future for themselves and their children. I want to help all who pursue the legal path to immigrate to this wonderful country.”

Ghizal Miri

Associate Attorney

Education:

The University of Houston, Bachelor’s of Arts, Political Science, Honors
Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Juris Doctorate

Languages:

Dari/Farsi, Hindi/Urdu, Pushto and Arabic (basic), English

Admitted to:

Supreme Court of Texas Bar

Admitted to practice before the U.S District Court for the Southern District of Texas

Honors and Awards:

Recognized as Top 40 under 40 by American Institute of Trial Lawyers for 2020

Community Involvement:

American Immigration Lawyers Association Member
Member of Bar College