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Overview

Ruth Garbanzo assists clients in the beginning stages of their green card process in the Perm Labor Certification Department as well as the final stages of their green card process in the Adjustment of Status Department. Throughout our client’s green card journey, Ruth strives to provide diligent service to each client from start to finish.  

Ruth began her career in law as a Legal Assistant in New York, where she worked on employment-based cases (TN, H1B, L, EB-5) and family-based cases (AOS, K-1 and N-400). As a law student at South Texas College of Law Houston, Ruth further pursued her interest in the field of immigration law through course and clinic work, including the General and Advanced Immigration Clinics. In the Advanced Immigration Clinic, Ruth worked on deportation defense cases and gained exposure of immigration court proceedings. Further, as the Pro Bono Ambassador and Vice President of the Hispanic Law Student Association, Ruth focused the Association’s initiatives towards Pro Bono opportunities in the area of immigration law. As a law student, Ruth interned at a non-profit organization, where she worked on T, U, VAWA and DACA cases.

Ruth joined Reddy and Neumann as a law clerk in January 2019. As an attorney at Reddy and Neumann, Ruth is committed to successfully guiding clients throughout their green card journey.   

Professional Accomplishments & Memberships

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Mexican American Bar Association of Houston
  • Hispanic Bar Association of Houston

Ruth Garbanzo assists clients in the beginning stages of their green card process in the Perm Labor Certification Department as well as the final stages of their green card process in the Adjustment of Status Department. Throughout our client’s green card journey, Ruth strives to provide diligent service to each client from start to finish.  

Ruth began her career in law as a Legal Assistant in New York, where she worked on employment-based cases (TN, H1B, L, EB-5) and family-based cases (AOS, K-1 and N-400). As a law student at South Texas College of Law Houston, Ruth further pursued her interest in the field of immigration law through course and clinic work, including the General and Advanced Immigration Clinics. In the Advanced Immigration Clinic, Ruth worked on deportation defense cases and gained exposure of immigration court proceedings. Further, as the Pro Bono Ambassador and Vice President of the Hispanic Law Student Association, Ruth focused the Association’s initiatives towards Pro Bono opportunities in the area of immigration law. As a law student, Ruth interned at a non-profit organization, where she worked on T, U, VAWA and DACA cases.

Ruth joined Reddy and Neumann as a law clerk in January 2019. As an attorney at Reddy and Neumann, Ruth is committed to successfully guiding clients throughout their green card journey.   

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Mexican American Bar Association of Houston
  • Hispanic Bar Association of Houston