I was born and raised in the Rio Grande Valley. I pride myself in serving the community where I was raised. I founded the Law Office of Norma Sepulveda, PLLC in 2011 to keep families together and defend the rights of Latinos in the United States.
I represent clients in Immigration Courts all across the country. I am known for taking on complicated cases that other attorneys deem impossible to win. I have won many complicated cases that were previously mishandled by prior attorneys.
I also represent clients before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and U.S. Consulates abroad. I have represented thousands of clients applying for residency, VAWA, DACA, naturalization, citizenship, waivers, asylum, and U-Visas.
I also represent clients facing criminal charges throughout Texas. The intersection of criminal and immigration law oftentimes can lead to deportation. I have successfully represented legal permanent residents facing serious criminal charges, allowing them to remain in the United States as green card holders. While many attorneys pressure their clients to plead guilty to avoid trial, I am not afraid to go to trial when a guilty plea will result in deportation.
Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my husband and our two boys.