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Susan E. Lane

Immigration and Nationality Law

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When you need experienced help with your Immigration matters, you need Fort Worth Immigration Lawyer Susan E. Lane.

For more than 30 years, Attorney Susan E. Lane has focused her legal practice on Immigration and Nationality law. She is skilled at representing individuals, families, professionals and businesses, as well as religious organizations, educational institutions and other entities, in a range of complex Immigration cases.

With an extensive history of securing beneficial outcomes for her clients, Fort Worth Immigration Lawyer Susan E. Lane has the insight and skills you can trust for exceptional representation and service regarding your Immigration matters.

With Susan on your side, you can count on receiving:

  • Clear explanations and answers – Susan demystifies Immigration law and processes, clearly explaining her clients’ options so they know what to expect.
  • Personalized and responsive service – Susan tailors her service to fit her clients’ needs and circumstances. She also is highly responsive to their calls and inquiries throughout the process.
  • Cost-efficient representation – Susan works on a flat-fee basis so there are no surprises about her fees and so that her clients receive optimal value from her representation.

Continue browsing the rest of this site to find out more about Susan’s background and practice. When you are ready to discover more about your specific options and how Susan can help resolve your Immigration issue(s), call (817) 877-2805 or email the firm (via the contact form on this page).

From offices in Fort Worth, Attorney Susan E. Lane represents clients throughout the state of Texas, the U.S. and the world.


Nonimmigrant visas allow foreign national professionals (and others) to temporarily enter the U.S. for specific types of work or study. Susan is skilled at advising clients on a number of nonimmigrant categories including L-1, H-1B, TN, and R-1.

Professionals with certain skills, training and/or experience can obtain a range of visas to live and work in the U.S. Susan assists both businesses and employees with various types of employment-based green cards.

Spouses, fiancé(e)s and other relatives of those legally in the U.S. may have various options for entering the U.S. Susan assists spouses, fiancé(e)s and other relatives seeking family-based immigration options for loved ones.



Becoming a U.S. citizen can grant you a number of rights and privileges. It does, however, involve a complex naturalization process. Get through this process with minimal delays and complications with Susan’s support, guidance and help.


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