Taylor Karam (formerly Jameson)

Attorney · Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Taylor Karam has dedicated her entire career to representing the indigent and immigrants. She is currently a staff attorney at Legal Services of Eastern Michigan in Flint, Michigan, where she specializes in immigration, unemployment, and general civil litigation.

Before working in legal aid, Taylor served for four years at the International Institute of Akron, a nonprofit legal services provider in Akron, Ohio, where she specialized in family-based immigration and deportation/removal defense. In her spare time, Taylor enjoys hiking, kayaking, gardening, and spending time with her daughter and dog.

Articles By Taylor Karam (formerly Jameson)

The Immigration Hold Process After Jail
When an immigrant is detained by law enforcement for an alleged crime, he or she may be placed on an "immigration hold" or "immigration detainer". Here's how the process works.
How to Help a Detainee in an Immigration Hold
If someone you know has been detained after an immigration hold, here are the first things to do.
Can a DUI/DWI Lead to Revocation of Your Green Card?
A green card can indeed be revoked if the holder commits certain crimes, in some cases drunk driving convictions.