Dollar Hoang is a son of immigrants, a native Houstonian, and an ardent fan of the Houston Rockets and Texans. After graduating Cum Laude from Tulane University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Attorney Hoang attended Duke University School of Law, where he was involved with the International Criminal Court Student Network and Duke Law Innocence Project, worked in the Environmental Law and Policy Clinic, and took part in Professor Ernest A. Young’s research on RICO and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Prior to joining the Law Office of Kathryn N. Karam, P.C., Attorney Hoang clerked for Harris County Attorney’s Office and private immigration and litigation law firms, where he drafted injunctions on jurisdictional gang activity and defense of game room regulations, conducted research for negligent injury and business litigation cases, and explored the intersection of immigration and international policies, such as NATO Status of Forces Agreement. He has also helped multiple clients file EB-5 investment-based immigration petitions. Through advising clients of the multi-faceted economic implications of their immigration decisions and fighting to secure their rights in the process, Attorney Hoang developed a deep appreciation for the intricacies of the immigration legal framework and application and appeal procedures.
Attorney Hoang is admitted to the State Bar of Texas. He is fluent in Vietnamese.
- Tulane University, B.A., Political Science and Sociology
- Graduated cum laude
- Duke University School of Law, J.D.
- Asian American Bar Association
- Proficient in Vietnamese