Licensed to practice Federal Immigration law; licensed to practice law in Texas
Robert Torrey practices immigration law and Texas Family law dealing with Suits that Affect the Parent Child Relationship. He has represented individuals from all over the world in both business based and family based immigration cases. He has represented clients before US Citizenship and Immigration Services, EOIR/Department of Justice-Immigration Court, the Department of Labor, and the Department of State. In the Texas courts he has represented clients before District and County Courts at Law, as well as Texas State administrative agencies such as the Texas Workforce Commission.
Raised on the banks of the Mississippi River in Vicksburg, Mississippi, Robert grew up in a town rich with Civil War and old south history and culture. Through his collegiate studies, and opportunities to live, work, and study abroad, he learned Russian, French and Hebrew languages.
Robert earned his undergraduate and master’s degree from the University of Mississippi “Ole Miss” in 1994 and 1997. With an undergraduate and master’s degree in European History, and advanced studies in Roman and Hellenistic Archaeology, Robert has either lived in or visited France, England, Spain, Russia, Greece, Italy, Tunisia, Canada, Mexico, Andorra and Israel.
After starting a career in International Student Advising, Robert enrolled in Law School at Texas Wesleyan School of Law (now Texas A&M School of Law) in Fort Worth, Texas. It was during his attendance at law school that he and his wife completed the adoption of 3 children from the Kemerovo Oblast in the Siberian region of Russia, thus giving him a passion for immigration issues.
Robert is a member in good standing of the Texas Bar Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association. When not at the office Robert enjoys spending time with his family, traveling around the United States and internationally visiting historical sites, and reading historical fiction.