Partner & Legal Director
Sarah Maryam Al-Zoubi is a Raleigh-Durham native. In serving immigration clients, she honors her Syrian American heritage and commitment to equity for all people. Maryam comes to immigration law with experience as a District Attorney in Bronx County, New York. This affords her a unique ability to serve her clients in the intersecting and rapidly changing areas of criminal and immigration law, ensuring that her clients’ rights in both areas are upheld.
A Former Prosecutor With a Passion for Justice
Maryam brings a skill set strongly suited for citizenship denaturalization defense, an unfortunate reality that the Department of Justice is currently actively pursuing. Her courtroom experience as a Bronx prosecutor provides her the edge to fight for bond and removal defense in immigration court.
Even before she was a lawyer, Maryam was a legal advocate for immigrant domestic violence victims and helped them navigate their immigration and marriage statuses. Now, as an immigration attorney, Maryam helps crime victims apply for U-Visas and T-Visas. Beyond her legal experience, Maryam has long been an advocate for social justice, with special focus on victims of sexual exploitation and human trafficking.