Rehan Alimohammad


Please Note: Alimohammad & Zafar PLLC is now part of Wong Fleming



Rehan Alimohammad – Immigration Attorney or Tax Attorney

Rehan Alimohammad, Partner

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Practice Areas: Immigration, Family Law Litigation, Tax
Admitted to Bar: Texas, 2001
  • JD – University of Houston Law Center, 2001
  • BBA – University of Texas at Austin, 1996


Rehan is a Founding Partner of Alimohammad & Zafar, PLLC in charge of Immigration Law, Tax Law, and litigation of Family Law matters. He is a CPA since 1999 and Attorney since 2001 and was listed as one of the Top Attorneys in Houston, Texas by Houstonia Magazine from 2013-2015 and has a 10.0 Superb rating on AVVO, which ranks all licensed attorneys. He also was named one of the Five Outstanding Young Texans by the Texas Junior Chamber of Commerce in 2011 for outstanding legal pro bono service.

Houstonia Magazine Award 2013

He is heavily involved in the community and State Bar organizations and is currently: Minority Director of the State Bar of Texas, Advisor to the Texas State Bar Section on Immigration & Nationality, member of the Texas State Bar committee on laws relating to immigration and nationality; appointed legal counsel, Board Member, and team lead for the Diversity Action Team for the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce; Director for the Katy Bar Association; on the Leadership Task Force for the Katy Economic Development Council; current Member of American Immigration Lawyers Association; current Member of the Fort Bend County Bar Association; and current member of the Houston Bar Association serving on the Professionalism committee, the Minority Opportunities in the Legal Profession committee, and the Communities in Schools committee.

Previously he was appointed Legal Member for His Highness Shia Imami Ismaili Council for the Southwest United States, and elected Legal Counsel for the Houston Asian Junior Chamber of Commerce. Rehan has written over 380 legal articles and given over 200 free legal seminars and appeared on Houston radio regularly from 2003-2013 answering immigration questions and providing updates on U.S. Immigration law. He contributes to a weekly article in the Pakistan Chronicle on legal topics. He has trained over 300 individuals, including Attorneys, CPA’s, and Enrolled Agents, on how to resolve tax issues with the IRS and state tax agencies.

What stands out among his many accomplishments is overseeing will workshops over a 3 year period that helped over 1000 people with wills at no cost throughout the state of Texas covering cities such as Beaumont, College Station, San Antonio, Austin, and Houston.