Carrie Nguyen was born in Vietnam and moved to Dallas when she was 10 years old. At a young age, Carrie enjoys immersing herself in different cultures and learning new languages. She has studied and worked abroad in England and Japan, and treasured her experiences of living with local families in Guatemala and Mexico.
As an immigrant herself, Carrie understands how important your immigration issue is to you and your family. Her passion is helping immigrants to fight deportation and ultimately to obtain legal status. Carrie has successfully represented clients before the USCIS and immigration courts across the country on matters such as bond hearing, deportation defense, and complex green card and citizenship cases.
She has spoken on various immigration topics at the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)’s national conference, AILA-Texas Chapter’s conference, and local presentations hosted by the Dallas Bar Association.
Carrie loves the immigrant community of her DFW hometown and she often dedicates pro-bono services to nonprofit organizations including Catholic Charities, Justice For Our Neighbors (JFON), and the North Texas Dream Team. She enjoys teaching ESL and citizenship class at her church in Fort Worth. Her passion includes traveling, speaking Spanish, and spending time with family, friends, and her dog Willie.