Work with an immigration law firm that is dedicated to advocacy!

Navigating the US immigration system could prove to be very stressful; it is imperative that you seek help from an experienced immigration lawyer. The Law Office of Hugh A. Hudson can help you.

The Law Office of Hugh A Hudson is a full-service United States Immigration Law Firm. We offer expert counsel and representation in all facet of immigration law enforcement; We represent clients before the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Department of State, Immigration Courts, Executive Office of Immigration Review, and Board of Immigration Appeals.

Our office has expertise in a full-range of immigration topics that includes, Asylum, Family-Based Petitions, Employment-Based Petitions, PERM Labor Certifications, Adjustment of Status (Green Cards), Victims of Certain Crimes, Deportation/Removal Defense, Naturalization and many more.


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Immigration services | Family visas | K1 visas | Deportation defense  | Asylum seekers 


immigration law firm Durham, NC

immigration law firm Durham, NC

Trust an immigrant with your immigration needs!

As an immigrant to this country, I have a unique perspective of the US immigration system. My background contributes greatly to this perspective. Born and raised in Guyana, my family and I immigrated to the US in 2005 via chain migration (family-based petition).

Growing up in Guyana has allowed me the unique opportunity to relate to a large number of immigrants. Similar to many, I come from a third world country that was, and continues to be, deprived of economic opportunity, promulgated with crime, and unable to properly protect its citizens.

My immigration story isn't nearly as challenging as some but my journey to the US was far from free of obstacles. Therefore, when individuals come into my office and express fear of returning to their home country, I relate; when they express concern for having overstayed their nonimmigrant visa status, I relate; and when individuals express anxiety over having left everything they know to journey hundreds of miles to safety, I relate.

Having gone through the immigration process for approximately 10 years, I have witnessed firsthand how flawed the system is. Consequently, my disdain for the immigration system has manifested in my desire to become an immigration attorney.

As an Immigration Practitioner, I enjoy the challenges that each case brings. I am not afraid to go "toe to toe"with USCIS, the Immigration Courts, or any facet of immigration enforcement. At TLOHAH, we have a core principal of empathy and compassion and we dedicate ourselves to our clients' success.