About Aaron M Stanley
Aaron Stanley is an EB-5 immigration attorney and a partner in the law firm of Stanley & Associates, PLLC, located in Richardson, Texas. Stanley & Associates, PLLC provides personalized representation and knowledge to clients in the practice areas of immigration law, business law, family law, bankruptcy, general civil litigation, personal injury, auto accident, and criminal law. Attorneys at the firm seek to provide individuals and businesses with quality legal representation by spending time getting to know the legal issues the client is facing, and the client themselves. Stanley & Associates is an aggressive, efficient, and effective law firm that centers its focus on its clients. Their goal is to earn their client’s trust by treating them with honesty and respect.
Attorney Stanley understands that immigration law is confusing, complex and constantly changing. The attorneys at Stanley & Associates assist clients with immigration matters, such as investor visas, employment-based visas, visitor visas, green cards for marriage to a U.S. citizen, applications for work permits (EAD), adjustment of status, family-based petitions for legal permanent resident status (green card), fiance visas, citizenship and naturalization, and petitions to remove conditions for LPRs (spouses of U.S. citizens).
Stanley & Associates help business owners avoid unique and complex problems that they may face while growing and starting their businesses. The legal team can help business owners protect themselves from claims and preventable lawsuits. They help with drafting articles of incorporation, partnership agreements and LLC formation agreements; drafting leases and deeds for real estate transactions; reviewing leases, business agreements for legal sufficiency and contracts; and with providing legal advice on compliance with applicable federal and state laws.
Attorney Stanley completed his undergraduate degree from Dallas Baptist University, where he graduated summa cum laude in English. He completed his law degree at the William H. Bowen School of Law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He worked at the UALR Law Review where he was an associate editor and graduated within the top quarter of the graduating class. He also pursued the opportunity to work at Southern Methodist University’s clinic for criminal justice where he attended as a visiting student during his third year of law school.
Attorney Stanley is a member of the State Bar of Texas. He speaks Mandarin Chinese fluently, and before attending law school, studied and worked for a period of three years in the Greater China Area.