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Esther S. Noh passionately practices immigration and nationality law. Ms. Noh is a first generation Korean-American who grew up in Anchorage, Alaska. Ms. Noh focuses her practice on defending immigrants in complex removal proceedings before the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR), who face the threat of deportation. She has successfully sought bonds for clients from ICE detention facilities and defended clients in removal proceedings. Ms. Noh also counsels domestic and foreign businesses and investors in obtaining business related visas for their workforce. Ms. Noh specializes in E-2 nonimmigrant investor petitions. She has vast experience with clients across diverse industries including consumer goods, technology, engineering, oil and gas services, manufacturing, and transportation. Ms. Noh received her J.D. from Thurgood Marshall School of Law. Additionally, Ms. Noh studied immigration law abroad at the University of Puerto Rico Law School in San Juan, Puerto Rico. While in law school, she was selected for a fellowship at Equal Justice Works of America serving indigent clients at Lone Star Legal Aid in Houston, Texas. She was also selected by the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund to join the Immigrant Access to Justice Department in New York, New York. Ms. Noh co-founded the first Korean American Bar Association of Texas and serves as the president, serves as legal counsel for the Board of Directors for the Korean Language School in Houston and serves as the community liaison for the Korean American Society of Houston. Ms. Noh enjoys skiing, playing tennis, and traveling. More information about Esther Noh and her law firm can be found on her website, esnlawfirm.com, IG @esnlawfirm, FB @esnlawfirm and tiktok at @esnlawfirm.