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Bengali Speaking Real Estate Lawyers

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Born in France and raised in Australia, attorney David B. Schachter has more than 30 years of experience meeting the legal needs of clients in a wide range of practice areas. Based in Jackson Heights, Mr. Schachter serves clients in Queens and throughout New York City.
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Abid Hussain

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I protect technology startups, small business owners, and entrepreneurs from costly legal pitfalls so they can focus on growing their business. I help my clients avoid the kinds of mistakes that can cause them to go out of business. My goal is to prevent costly litigation as much as possible.  A typical client may hire me for:- Entity formation- Restructuring- Mergers- Representation with investors, venture capitalists, and other funding sources- Changes in ownership structure- Setting up stock options- Reviewing and negotiating commercial leases- License agreements- Contracts and other matters With respect to personal interests, I have been producing alternative rock and electronic music for almost 25 years. I have recorded, performed, and collaborated on more than 260 songs with artists from all over the world. Clients get free copies of my music.
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Jahangir Zaheer

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Jay Zaheer is the Senior Partner of Zaheer Law Group, Jay did not take the traditional approach with regards to his legal educational career. Instead, Jay entered Law School after six years working in the legal field. After graduating High School in Brentwood, NY, where he was senior class president, Jay went to completing his Bachelors of Arts from University of Massachusetts-Boston. It has been his dream to be a lawyer since his first exposure to the legal field while on a High School trip to The United States Supreme Court in Washington D.C.  While attending college, he received “Who’s who among Students in American Junior Colleges” award and after College, Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity honored him as the Alumni of Year award for his outstanding work as an Alumni counselor.  Jay was also Multicultural Student Association President in College and South Asian Law Student Association President in Law School.  “It has always been my goal to be well oriented with people from all walks of life, my experience and diverse background enables me to see and perceive things from the client’s point of view and I have used this asset to benefit my clients,” Jay explains. Jay has worked as a paralegal in a busy personal injury law firm in New York and as a Litigation Paralegal Manager at a top 100-law firm in downtown Boston. Jay knew he wanted to be an attorney, but decided he wanted to expose himself in the legal field first to see if this was truly his calling. Sure enough, upon multiple promotions in his legal career, he knew it was time for Law School. Jay Zaheer attended Massachusetts School of Law and during his time in law school, Jay received multiple CALI awards. Jay worked though out his law school career and on the weekends worked at the school’s law library to support his family. While in school, Jay also became a certified student attorney and volunteered time at the Northeast Housing Court with “Lawyer for the day” program. Upon gradating law school and being sworn in, Jay immediately opened a law practice. Jay’s love for the Real Estate field and outgoing personality has landed him as a regular guest speaker at First-Time Home Buyer Seminars in Medford and Bradford, MA and he also appeared as a guest speaker for the Boston Bar Association. “As a landlord tenant attorney I have tried many cases and each and every time before I start preparing for trial, I hear my one of my professor’s voice, “outwork your opponent,” says Jay. When asked how Jay handles the stress of running his own firm, Jay passionately explains, “You know what it takes to successfully run your own law firm? It takes motivation, drive, patience and a whole lot of elbow grease. Yes, I do pick up a client call at 11pm on a Saturday and meet clients after hours, and it is initial sacrifices like these that gets a lawyer repeat business. Make each client feel like they are your only client.”
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Mohammad Akif Saleem

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Mohammad A. Saleem, Esq. DAVIS NDANUSA IKHLAS & SALEEM LLP Managing Partner Mohammad A. Saleem is a founding Partner and currently the Managing Partner of Davis Ndanusa Ikhlas & Saleem LLP. His practice areas focus on Immigration Law, Real Estate Transactions & Litigation, Estate Planning and Administration/Probate matters. Mr. Saleem is co-head of the firm’s immigration practice where he approaches every immigration client’s case with a comprehensive strategy focused on obtaining successful results while protecting the client’s interest. He has practiced immigration law since 2010 and under his guidance, the law firm’s immigration practice has prided itself in taking challenging immigration cases with an emphasis on civil rights and fighting governmental agency abuse of discretion. He has successfully obtained green cards for hundreds of clients through family/marriage sponsorships, asylum proceedings and removal (deportation) proceedings in Immigration Court, and secured the release of immigration clients from DHS-ICE detention. Mr. Saleem oversees all the firm’s immigration cases to ensure compliance with the latest developments pertaining to immigration law and practice so that the our immigration client’s case is successfully processed under the current Trump Administration’s strict immigration policies and regulations before Department of Homeland Security (USCIS, ICE, or CPB) or Department of State (NVC/US Embassies abroad). Following the unlawful Muslim Ban in Jan. 2017 that affected the law firm’s many Yemeni immigration cases, Mr. Saleem volunteered his expertise and time at JFK Airport with other lawyers as part of the ‘No Ban JFK’ of NY Immigration Coalition to make sure immigrants were not detained by Customs Border Patrol (CBP). Mr. Saleem’s Yemeni client was featured in an article by The Guardian covering the travel ban affecting the ability of his fiancee. Simultaneously, from Jan-April 2017, Mr. Saleem and his partner Mr. Ndanusa held ‘Know Your Rights’ talks and seminars in local Brooklyn and Manhattan mosques pertaining to the ban’s restrictions affecting Yemenis with pending visas or petitions. Mr. Saleem is a current and active member of American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the local AILA New York Chapter where he is member of the Federal Practice Committee. In addition, he is a skilled real estate negotiator and real estate litigation attorney who has helped his clients purchase and sell their houses and investment properties since 2010. Mr. Saleem is admitted to practice law in New York State as well as Federal District Courts of Southern District of New York (SDNY) and Eastern District of New York (EDNY), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court. He has been recognized for his legal service to the NYC community in the area of foreclosure defense in 2012 by the New York State Bar Association and the Queens County Bar Association. Mr. Saleem received his Juris Doctorate in 2009 from Pennsylvania State University’s Dickinson School of Law where he was a member of the law school’s Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition team and his Bachelor of Arts in 2006 from Hunter College.
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Mohammad Wasim Billah

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