Asma Din, Immigration Attorney in Dallas, TX



Asma Din is the lead Immigration Attorney at D&N Law Group. Asma is a result driven attorney who fights hard for her clients and their loved ones. Asma was born in California and moved to Austin, Texas in 2003. Asma graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Asma graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with highest honors. Asma earned her law degree in 2010 from South Texas College of Law and became licensed in 2012. Before heading the immigration practice at D&N Law Group, Asma gained invaluable experience living and working in Shenzhen, China as an EB-5 investor attorney. Upon her return to the U.S. in 2013, Asma decided to shift her focus to helping immigrants in deportation proceedings.

Asma has practiced Immigration Law exclusively since 2012 and prides herself in her commitment to helping immigrants navigate through complex immigration laws. Asma is highly skilled in deportation defense, appeals/motions to reopen, family based immigration, and advising clients and criminal defense attorneys on the immigration consequences of criminal convictions. Asma has used her strong litigation and negotiation skills to prevent deportation for her clients in immigration courts all across the country. As the daughter of Pakistani immigrants, she understands the issues often faced by those seeking legal status in the U.S. and fights hard to ensure that her clients get the best possible results in their cases. Asma is a member of AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association) and keeps herself up-to-date on recent changes in immigration law and policy.

Massachusetts (2012)
South Texas College of Law, Houston, TX (J.D.) (2010)
University of Texas, Austin, Texas (B.A.) (2007)

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Contact Info

D&N Law Group
2505 Texas Drive, Suite 112
Irving Texas 75062

Phone: 972-252-0886

Fax: 972-252-0888


Latest Victories

Removal Defense Case of S.V.
Outcome: Case was closed by the Gov't and client was released from Immigration detention without paying a bond
Description: LPR was placed in removal proceedings and was being held mandatory detention due to a CIMT conviction within 5 years of his lawful admission.

Motion to Reopen of N.R.
Outcome: The Court granted the motion to reopen.
Description: Filed a motion to reopen for client based on ineffective assistance of counsel.

Removal Case of M.V.
Outcome: Government moved for admin closure of the case
Description: Client entered EWI, had over 10 years of continuous presence, and had a U.S. Citizen Son with Leukemia