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Founding attorney Pelin Uzay is licensed to practice law in Texas and based in Leander, Texas.
Whether you are entering into a collaboration, raising financing for a project or hiring a consultant, you may have needs ranging from understanding your rights and obligations under an existing contract to creating or negotiating a new agreement.
Uzay Law, PLLC represents clients in reviewing, drafting, and negotiating the following types of contracts. The firm’s representation is limited to contracts governed by Texas law.
Uzay Law, PLLC offers unbundled services in a variety of immigration matters as listed below. In this type of limited scope representation, clients will choose and pay only for the services they want the lawyer to perform. Clients will handle some aspects of their cases.
Since immigration law is federal law, Uzay Law, PLLC can represent clients throughout the United States and around the world. The firm does not represent clients in immigration court or at USCIS interviews.
The O-1A non-immigrant visa is for individuals with extraordinary ability in the sciences, education, business, or athletics. The O-1B non-immigrant visa is for individuals with extraordinary ability in the arts or extraordinary achievement in motion picture or television industry. The O-2 non-immigrant visa is for those who will accompany an O-1 artist or athlete to assist in a specific event or performance. The O-3 non-immigrant visa is for the spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 of an O-1 or O-2 visa holder.
The EB-1A immigrant visa is for individuals with extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics.
Pelin Uzay left her native Istanbul to study filmmaking in New York. After getting her degree, she worked in film for over fifteen years as a producer and consultant. She was in charge of the film grant program at the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany where she oversaw the funding of films. Her experiences as an immigrant as well as working in the film industry led her to the study of law, and what started as a desire to become a more effective self-advocate turned into a passion to advocate for others. Pelin currently lives in Texas where she is licensed to practice law.
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Last updated: April 24, 2023
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