Hai Bui

Trial Attorney

The Gonzalez Law Group, PLLC

Hai Bui

Hai Bui is a bilingual trial attorney at the Gonzalez Law Group, PLLC.  She is a citizen of the United States, Vietnam, and Thailand and is fluent in Vietnamese and English. Her practice primarily focuses on removal proceedings, employment-based immigration, and asylum, withholding of removal, and the Convention Against Torture.

She earned her B.A. in Political Science at the Pennsylvania State University and her law degree at the Western Michigan University – Cooley Law School. During law school, Hai dedicated her time to international studies acquiring Dean’s List recognition in international business law, as she studied abroad in New Zealand, Australia, and London.  She went on to present her thesis at the Harvard National Model United Nations, where she was first introduced and inspired by the diversifying work of immigration law.

Prior to joining the firm, she was an associate at the City Attorney’s Office in Houston, Texas, and the District Attorney’s Office in Austin, Texas, and was responsible for providing lateral research for the White-Collar Crime Unit and Contracts department. Her research has supported cases before the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Hai has over five years of transactional law experience in areas of immigration, bankruptcy, civil litigation, and criminal defense. She strives to deliver first-class results while educating her clients on their unique immigration process from start to finish. In her experience, complex immigration can be made simple through zealous advocacy, determination, and a healthy amount of empathy. In her free time, she enjoys sand volleyball, crosswords, distance running, and serving the youth and young adults ministry at her church.

Areas of Practice

Immigration

Education

Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School – Dean’s List

Pennsylvania State University – Merit’s Scholar

Professional Associations and Memberships

State Bar of Alabama (2020)

American Immigration Lawyers Association (“AILA”) (2021)

Languages

English

Vietnamese