Philip Eichorn is a senior attorney at Foster LLP in our Houston office. Named “Best Lawyer in America” by Woodward White, Inc. since 2015. Philip works primarily on U.S. business immigration matters for a variety of organizations in multiple industries as well as both family-based immigration cases and litigation matters including deportation and removal and defenses.
Philip graduated from University of Akron School of Law with an undergraduate degree from Ohio State University and was an adjunct professor of immigration law at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law of Cleveland State University.
Philip is licensed in the state of Ohio and is admitted in the Third, Fourth, Sixth, and Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeals. He is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) since 2006 and has served as the Ohio AILA Chapter Chairperson and on numerous national and local liaison committees.
Why Did You Decide To Become An Immigration Attorney?
Most importantly, I grew up believing it is important to help others. Throughout my time in school and in my restaurant career, I encountered many great individuals from a vast variety of cultures who were immigrating the States and running into roadblocks. By becoming an immigration attorney, I can help great people further their dreams of living and working in the States. – Philip Eichorn