Storm EstepAssociate Attorney
South Texas College of Law, J.D., 2014
Sam Houston State University, B.B.A., 2011
State Bar of Texas, 2014
Storm Estep brings to his practice at FGI a passion for advocacy for foreign nationals seeking a better life for themselves and their families within the United States. “While attending law school in Houston,” he recalls, “the need for advocates within the immigrant community became very clear to me – and after clerking in the area, I found the practice of immigration law to be one of the most rewarding practice areas with which to be involved.”
As an attorney for our firm, Storm works primarily with IT clients on non-immigrant and immigrant filings, and throughout his career has developed expertise in areas such as: petitions for aliens of extraordinary ability, petitions for outstanding researchers and professors, petitions for multinational managers and executives, National Interest Waiver petitions, B, E, F, H, K, L, O, R, and TN visas, consular processing, family-based petitions, Adjustments of Status, applications for naturalization, affirmative and defensive asylum, I-601/601A applications, TPS (Temporary Protected Status) applications, VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) petitions, Cancellation of Removal, and DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) applications.
Storm earned his Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Economics from Sam Houston State University, his J.D. from the South Texas College of Law, and was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 2014. Storm is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the State Bar of Texas Immigration and Nationality Law Section, the State Bar of Texas Animal Law Section, and a supporter and contributor to the Animal Legal Defense Fund. His interests include vegan advocacy, distance running, and reading about American history and politics. His practice is informed by his personal philosophy, which has been best summed up by Dr. Seuss: “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot/Nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”