Services for Other Attorneys

Consulting Services

Z&A extends its consulting services to other attorneys who either seek an expert second opinion on immigration issues or are looking for counsel to assist them on a particular immigration matter. Colleagues and fellow members of the Bar have retained Z&A to provide expertise in a variety of complex immigration cases. For more information on our attorney consulting services, please contact us at

Attorney-to-Attorney Referrals

Z&A welcomes referrals from other attorneys. The firm considers a client referral the highest praise one attorney can bestow to another, and we welcome the opportunity to co-counsel or assume the representation of clients on behalf of fellow attorneys.

Z&A currently accepts referrals for the following services: Third Country Visas, National Interest Waivers, EB-1, Labor Certifications, PERM, and J-1 Waivers.

Z&A assures referring attorneys that we will not solicit other work from your clients. We recognize that our role is simply to service that portion of the client’s business that is referred to us.

At the same time, Z&A seeks to expand its network of attorney affiliates so that we may provide attorney referrals to our clients in areas not within our specialty.

Benefits to Other Attorneys

Refer your Third Country Visa or other immigration-related matters to Z&A and reap the following benefits:

  • Enhance reputation -- We deliver expert service and can satisfy your clients' needs. Z&A is dedicated to the practice of U.S. immigration law, with a focus on business-related and employment-based U.S. immigration law. For more information about our practice, please visit our Services section.

  • Generate additional profits - Receive a referral fee based on fees collected. See Attorney Referral Fee section below for more information.

  • Increase efficiency -- Let us save you time, allowing you to allocate more resources to your core practice areas.

Attorney Referral Fee

In appropriate cases, and consistent with the Texas Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 1.04 and other State Bar rules, Z&A, pays referral fees to licensed attorneys who send their clients to be represented by this office. Referral fees are calculated as a percentage of the fee earned by this office. The referral fee percentage varies, depending on the nature of the case.

As required by State Bar rules, all referral fee agreements are fully disclosed to the client, who must consent to the arrangement. The referral fee agreement does not increase the fee owed by the client. It is simply an agreement among counsel to allocate the fee that the client agrees to pay this office. Z&A does not pay any referral fee or other remuneration to a non-attorney. If you are an attorney and would to speak to us about a referral or would like to be a member of our affiliate network, please contact us for more information at

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