Zachary Taylor (“Zach”) advises employers and individuals on all aspects of U.S. immigration law, with a particular focus on nonimmigrant visas. His practice includes filing petitions and applications for immigration benefits, responding to requests for evidence issued by government agencies, and drafting motions and appeals. Zach also guides his clients through complicated immigration issues including compliance with F-1 visa requirements (including OPT and CPT), unlawful presence, inadmissibility and removability, all of which can have dire consequences if not handled appropriately.
Zach earned his law degree from the University of Houston Law Center. While attending law school, he was a Senior Articles Editor for the Houston Journal of International Law. Also during law school, Zach interned with the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Chief Counsel, where he prepared for and attended immigration removal proceedings. Prior to joining Reddy & Neumann, Zach worked as a law clerk at an immigration law firm where he gained practical experience on issues relating to family and employment immigration, as well as issues of inadmissibility and removability.
Zach’s passion for immigration law began while he lived overseas for several years. He understands and has personally experienced some of the obstacles that can arise when living in a foreign country. As an immigration attorney, Zach’s goals are to provide his clients with a clear understanding of immigration rules and regulations, emphasize the importance of compliance, and work in tandem with his clients to develop the appropriate strategy for achieving their goals.
Zach was raised in Houston, Texas, where he now works and resides with his wife and son. Zach enjoys most sports and is an avid Houston Rockets fan.