Fayez Hatamleh is one of Abogado Aly’s prime attorneys. He is also originally from Houston, Texas. As a native Houstonian Mr. Hatamleh is proud and willing to serve the Greater Houston Area. He was born and raised in the Historic East End District of Houston, so that is the area that he mostly focuses his resources and efforts. Since Fayez’s mother is of Mexican descent, most of his family speaks Spanish Fayez’s wife is Mexican-American as well. In 2002, Mr. Hatamleh graduated from the University of Houston – Downtown with a Business Degree in Computer Information Systems. Mr. Hatamleh worked long hours and studied overtime as he climbed his way up the professional ladder to finally make it as a lawyer.
He started his professional career as a mailroom clerk at a successful insurance defense firm and subsequently worked his way up to a legal assistant position with a prestigious immigration law firm. Being of Mexican decent; Mr. Hatamleh understands the unfair trials and tribulations that immigrants face when trying to reconnect with their families across the border. In 2009, Mr. Hatamleh began working at Aly& Associates, PLLC as a paralegal. At Aly& Associates, PLLC Mr. Hatamleh was given the precious opportunity to gain valuable legal experience. They gave him real face-to-face interaction with clients and opportunities to help them that eventually led to strong results for the Aly & Associate’s clients. It was after this incredible experience as a paralegal that Mr. Hatamleh knew deep down that he wanted to become an attorney to help people with their legal troubles. While still working as a part time paralegal with the firm, he was still able to attend and received his law degree from the Thurgood Marshall School of Law.
Today, Mr. Hatamleh is a licensed attorney at the law office of Abogado Aly and he is prepared to use the same passion and desire that grew him into becoming an attorney that wanted to help achieve tremendous results for the clients. At Abogado Aly, Mr. Hatamleh is more determined than ever to help those who have been mistreated in the judicial system. He understands that Texas can be a rough place for immigrants, and many of them being untreated gets to the core of Mr. Hatamleh. He strives to do everything in his power to make sure that the mistreatment of immigrants does not go unseen.
Abogado Aly: Immigration Law
Abogado Aly describes throughout this blog the changes made in US immigration policy throughout history. Changes in public sentiments towards immigration have led to the different Immigration policies in the United States, and from these policies, there are many economic factors that reduce the well-being of the native population in the United States. Public policy lead to a more open family-lead immigration policy implemented by the United States. The United States looks towards a more humanitarian approach where the right to be a citizen is more important than the value of that citizen. Economically, we see that there are small economic benefits that come with immigration; however, the amount born by the US natives seems to be a lot greater than the amount born by a country that bases their immigration policy based off professional factors, such as Canada. In the United States, low-skilled natives are losing jobs and money because of immigration, while in Canada they are gaining jobs and closing the wealth inequality gap. When looking at immigration through an economic perspective, it is difficult to make assertions towards one way or the other because so many factors have to be held constant; however, it seems pretty obvious that the United States’ immigration policy is not liked by the populist. Since there is so much opposition towards the immigration policy in the United States, changes to the policy are bound to arise in the near future.
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