Isaul Verdin has been practicing in the area of immigration law since 1999. He has successfully represented clients in complex immigration matters in both the 5th and 9th federal circuits, as well as the Board of Immigration Appeals.
Mr. Verdin graduated from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California in 1996 with a degree in International Studies, and a Minor in History. Subsequently, he graduated from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles in 1999, where he obtained honors in International Law and began his studies in immigration law by volunteering to defend immigrants in removal proceedings.
Mr. Verdin also served as a distinguished military officer in the U.S. Army during the Iraq War and received the Meritorious Service Medal. He achieved the rank of Captain in the Judge Advocate General's Corps. While in the Army, Mr. Verdin represented hundreds of soldier clients and their spouses to obtain their permanent residency and citizenship. He also litigated criminal cases as a Trial Attorney. Furthermore, he had the unique opportunity to be appointed by the U.S. Attorney's Office to serve as a Special Assistant United States Attorney. In this capacity, Mr. Verdin prosecuted hundreds of federal misdemeanor cases. Mr. Verdin is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He also is admitted to practice in the state of Texas and in the Federal Eastern District of Texas.
Additionally, Mr. Verdin is an avid runner and adventure enthusiast. He has run several marathons and is airborne qualified, as he successfully jumped out of military aircraft while in the military. Mr. Verdin speaks fluent Spanish and is a student of the French language.