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Bassey O. Akpaffiong, Attorney at Law

Bassey Akpaffiong has a law practice in Houston (TX)
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Business Law, Criminal Defense, Family Law, Immigration Law, Labor & Employment Law, Personal Injury matters.
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6200 Savoy Suite 728, Houston, TX 77036
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    KZTV Action 10 News (Corpus Christi) - A local law firm held a Q&A session on immigration reform this afternoon. The seminar was designed to update the community on changes lawmakers are discussing up in washington. The law firm, Rodriguez and Moretzsohn, also gave ... more »
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    KIII TV3 WASHINGTON (AP) - A breakthrough at hand, Republicans and Democrats reached agreement Thursday on a costly, military-style surge to secure the leaky U.S.-Mexican border and clear the way for Senate passage of legislation giving millions of ... more »
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