About the attorney

Originally from Bangladesh and an immigrant herself, she has been able to use her extensive experience to provide a unique perspective, being able to personally relate to the struggles and concerns immigrants in America face every single day. 

Moumita Rahman has been working as an immigration attorney for more than a decade. During this time she has been able to represent hundreds of clients in their immigration cases

Moumita Rahman smiling in New York city part at sunset

her Mission

Moumita’s mission is to help immigrants who have made this country their home so they can be free to pursue their dreams and live without fear. 

She’s a defender of immigrants, women, and survivors of religious or political persecution, domestic violence, and emotional abuse. 

Her greatest passion is giving hope to those with complicated case types who thought they had no immigration alternatives.

She believes that families belong together and that each immigrant deserves the opportunity to gain legal status in the country they have worked so hard to help build.

Immigration Attorney Moumita with her client who is holding flowers and her green card

A leader in her industry

Moumita has been recognized as a leader in the industry, receiving the 2018 and 2019 “Rising Star” award from Super Lawyers, an honor only given to 2% of attorneys in New York City. 

In 2017 and 2018 she was also awarded top 40 under 40 in her field.

Moumita smiling in front of the AILA logo

going the Extra Mile

In her practice, Moumita now represents clients and their families all over the country, working remotely or even traveling to represent them at USCIS and in Immigration Court (the Executive Office of Immigration Review EOIR). 

She wants to see each client succeed and get the approval they deserve, so she and her team work tirelessly for each client doing whatever it takes to build a strong case for each one of them, giving them the confidence and support they need during each step of this journey. 

She wants a better and safer future for those who have struggled and suffered, and to make them feel at home every step of the way

Abogata Moumita holding envelopes containing green cards for her clients