Moises Medina

The Law Office of Moises A. Medina, PLLC
6510 Abrams Rd. Ste 610
Dallas, TX 75231
214-415-4991
www.mmedinalegal.com


"Like many of my clients, I came to this great country as an immigrant. My parents brought me to the United States as a child to give me and my brothers a better future. They left everything and everyone behind but had a purpose. I have experienced the immigration system first hand and understand how difficult and unsympathetic it can be. I will fight to keep your family together and help you realize your American Dream."

Attorney Moises A. Medina was born in Villaldama, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. His parents brought him to the United States as a young child to provide him and his brothers better opportunities.

Mr. Medina received his Bachelor’s Degree in History from the University of North Texas in Denton where he graduated with honors. After undergraduate school, Mr. Medina was accepted into Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he served as an associate editor of the Hamline Law Review and received a CALI award for excellence in Immigration Law. During law school, Mr. Medina clerked for a non-profit organization and worked at a reputable insurance defense law firm in Minneapolis. In his last year of law school, he clerked at the Ramsey County Public Defender’s office where he represented indigent individuals in all kinds of felony and misdemeanor cases.

After law school, Mr. Medina moved to Florida where he sat for the Florida Bar and passed the first time. After being admitted as an attorney, he joined a personal injury and immigration law firm where he represented hundreds of clients in personal injury and immigration cases. After several years in Florida, Mr. Medina decided to return home to Texas to be near his family. Mr. Medina now lives in Dallas with his wife and kids, Kristen, Camila, and Leon. Mr. Medina is licensed in Texas and Florida and practices exclusively immigration, personal injury, and criminal law.

Like many of his clients, Mr. Medina came to this great country as an immigrant. He has experienced the immigration system first hand and understands how difficult and unsympathetic it can be. He will fight to keep your family together and help you realize your American Dream.