Yadira Zepeda is from the Rio Grande Valley where she earned a Bachelors degree in Political Science, a minor in Psychology, and a Social Studies Composite. Prior to practicing law, Yadira taught History in the South Texas public school system, and interned with the 13th District Court of Appeals and the 360th District Court Judge in Tarrant County. After graduating from law school near the top of her class, Yadira Zepeda went on to practice Immigration where she has since handled an extensive number of cases amounting to over 2000 and counting. Being a first generation bilingual U.S. Citizen, and having lived in Mexico, she knows first hand the hardships which exist within the Immigration process and, therefore, takes the approach of readily preparing the client, informing the client of all possible outcomes, and providing the client with a full understanding of the law as it applies to their case. Ms. Zepeda's primary focus is on immigration cases ranging from family and business based immigration to deportation defense. She works with in-house family law and criminal attorneys to attain the immigration results her clients deserve. Our firm believes that family law matters dealing with divorce and criminal law matters with respect to convictions greatly affect the outcome of an immigration matter. As a result, our firm is represented by highly skilled family and criminal law attorneys that will help our immigration clients obtain the outcome that they are looking for.