ABOUT JERED DOBBS
Jered Dobbs is a highly experienced immigration lawyer in Dallas, TX, and a former legal adviser to the Dallas Immigration Court.  He has dedicated his career as an immigration attorney to assisting immigrants from all walks of life.  He regularly defends immigrants from deportation in immigration court and on appeal with the Board of Immigration Appeals.  Jered has also represented hundreds of families seeking permanent residence for a loved one through adjustment of status and consular processing, including cases involving complex waivers of inadmissibility.  

Additionally, Jered possesses a wealth of experience in the field of trade and investor visas, having assisted many companies at all stages of development in procuring E-1 trader or E-2 investor visas for their employees.  He also assists employers and their employees in procuring L visas, TN visas, and other temporary employment visas as necessary.  

Jered was born in Grand Prairie, Texas and raised in Midland and Katy, Texas.  He graduated summa cum laude from Texas A&M University, majoring in English Rhetoric and Composition with a minor in business administration.  He attended law school at the University of Houston Law Center in Houston, Texas, where he participated in the law school's immigration clinic and interned with the Phoenix Immigration Court and the U.S. Attorney's Office.  Upon graduation, Mr. Dobbs began his career advising the judges of the Dallas Immigration Court on a wide range of complicated immigration cases. Since then, Jered has worked in private practice representing the interests of immigrants from across the world.

When not at work, Jered enjoys spending time with his wife and son, participating in church activities, barbecuing, and watching football.  He has been on several mission trips, including to the South Texas colonias region, and to Guatemala.  Jered is conversational in Spanish and enjoys talking to his Spanish speaking clients in their native language.  

Jered is admitted to practice law in the State of Texas, and before the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.