Foster Relocates Houston Headquarters to New Convenient and Centralized Location
by Foster LLP, on News
HOUSTON – April 23, 2018 – Foster LLP, a leading immigration law firm delivering the full spectrum of U.S. and global immigration solutions, announces the relocation of its headquarters to Three Greenway Plaza, a 52-acre master-planned, mixed-use development located west of downtown and east of Uptown. The relocation of Foster’s headquarters advances the firm’s mission to provide customized global immigration solutions in a location more centrally located and conducive to client needs.
“We’re always looking for opportunities to expand our immigration and visa work with multinational corporations and foreign investors. Our new location will make this easier,” said Charles Foster, founder and chairman of Foster LLP. “Parking and traffic problems are a few examples of client drawbacks for many of Houston’s downtown businesses and we’re looking forward to putting those kinds of logistical issues behind us.”
Just minutes from the Galleria, Foster’s new office space is equipped with more meeting rooms and convenient, affordable parking to help both new and existing clients navigate with ease.
“This is an exciting time for our firm as we’ve recently just celebrated our 45th anniversary. The move to Greenway Plaza will provide an opportunity to build on our past work, providing the Foster team and its clients a modern space that is both more suitable and flexible in a variety of ways,” continued Mr. Foster.
The new space, offering multiple upgrades and contemporary amenities, will further serve to welcome the international community and maintain global business, cultural and educational ties.
Founded in 1973 by Charles Foster in Houston, Texas, Foster has been a trusted leader in U.S. and global immigration law for over 45 years. Through decades of leadership, Foster has received innumerable recognitions for its strategic work. Today, Foster has the most board-certified attorneys in immigration and nationality law in Texas.