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Shahid Haque-Hausrath
Works at Border Crossing Law Firm, P.C.
Attended Chicago–Kent College of Law
Lived in Helena, MT
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Immigrants who are challenging the State of Montana’s new anti-immigrant law owe a debt of gratitude to Linda Gryczan and the pioneering gay rights advocates who brought their lawsuit 15 years ago. The lasting impact of Gryczan’s lawsuit has been felt not only by the LGBT community, but by all marginalized groups who are targeted by legislation that will deprive them of their rights. 
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We are proud to stand up against LR-121. This litigation will be difficult and time-consuming, and we need your help. Please consider sending us a donation to support this lawsuit!
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Please check out this article by John Adams about a difficult situation I have been dealing with.
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Immigration Attorney
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  • Border Crossing Law Firm, P.C.
    Managing Attorney, 2008 - present
  • Montana Immigrant Justice Alliance ("MIJA")
    Director, 2008 - present
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An immigration lawyer and human rights activist in Helena, MT.
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Shahid Haque-Hausrath dedicates his practice to helping immigrants obtain legal status in the United States and pursue all that the country has to offer.  Mr. Haque-Hausrath assists clients with a wide variety of immigration matters, including applications with the consulates and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, representing clients arrested by the Department of Homeland Security, defending immigrants in removal proceedings in Immigration Court, and representing clients in criminal immigration proceedings in federal court.

Mr. Haque-Hausrath believes strongly that every immigrant deserves the right to legal representation and has committed a significant portion of his practice to pro bono work for especially disadvantaged clients who cannot afford to pay for legal services.  In 2009, Mr. Haque-Hausrath was the recipient of the Neil Haight Pro Bono Award, granted by the State Bar of Montana to the attorneys displaying the greatest commitment to pro bono work.

Mr. Haque-Hausrath has won asylum and cancellation of removal for over a dozen refugees who fled from their home countries to escape torture, persecution, and death on account of their political beliefs.  He is currently representing several pro bono clients in removal proceedings.  Mr. Haque-Hausrath works with the Montana Legal Services Association and other non-profit and charitable organizations to assist disadvantaged immigrants.

Mr. Haque-Hausrath is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.  He also serves on the board of two non-profit organizations that advocate for immigrant rights.  Mr. Haque-Hausrath is Chair of the Board of the Montana Human Rights Network.  From 2008-2010, Mr. Haque-Hausrath was appointed to serve on the Helena International Affairs Council, and previously served member of the board of the Western States Center.

Mr. Haque-Hausrath lobbies for fair immigration policies in the Montana Legislature, and teaches training courses for immigrants and allies on immigration law, debunking myths about immigrants, knowing your rights when dealing with law enforcement, and the need for comprehensive immigration reform.  In 2010, Mr. Haque-Hausrath trained at the Western States Center’s Community Strategic Training Initiative.

Mr. Haque-Hausrath earned his Juris Doctor from the Chicago-Kent College of Law, with High Honors, in 2005. During his first year in law school, he won the West Publishing Award for earning the highest GPA in his class. Mr. Haque-Hausrath served as Notes and Comments Editor of the Chicago-Kent Law Review, where he also published a scholarly article on labor and immigration policy. Upon graduation, he was inducted into the Order of the Coif and won the school’s Bar & Gavel Award for outstanding service to the immigrant community.  During law school, Mr. Haque-Hausrath was an intern with the National Immigrant Justice Center.  He received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Sociology from the University of Southern Indiana in 2001.

Prior to focusing exclusively on immigration law, Mr. Haque-Hausrath also practiced complex commercial litigation in state and federal courts.  In his commercial litigation practice, Mr. Haque-Hausrath defended individuals and companies in multi-district class action, consumer fraud, securities, and civil RICO litigation.  Mr. Haque-Hausrath also practiced before administrative agencies in numerous public service, labor, and taxation proceedings.

Mr. Haque-Hausrath began his career with Jenner & Block LLP and Howrey LLP in Chicago, Illinois.  After relocating to Montana, Mr. Haque-Hausrath briefly worked with Browning, Kaleczyc, Berry & Hoven, P.C. in Helena, Montana before opening the Border Crossing Law Firm in 2008.

Mr. Haque-Hausrath is a member of the Illinois and Montana Bars, and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts for Montana and the Northern District of Illinois.  Mr. Haque-Hausrath represents immigrants throughout the country, and has appeared before Immigration Courts in numerous states.

For a free telephone consultation with Mr. Haque-Hausrath, please call the number below or submit our online form.

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  • Chicago–Kent College of Law
    High Honors, Order of the Coif, 2002 - 2005
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