Pradeek Susheelan, Esq. attended the University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), earning a Master's in Law (LL.M.) with certifications in Social Justice & Public Interest Law, and Public Law & Regulation. Mr. Susheelan represents large corporate clients as Of-Counsel at the Martindale-Hubble AV-Preeminent rated Corporate Immigration Law Firm ‘Fakhoury Global Immigration’ (FGI). FGI represents some of the world’s largest employers, and has a team of 100 attorneys and support staff, across six locations (California, New York, Florida, Texas, Mumbai, and HQ-Michigan). Mr. Susheelan represents clients in Immigration Court as Of Counsel at The Fogle Law Firm that has won more cases than any other firm in the hardest U.S. Circuit Court for immigrants and has offices in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Charlotte, and Charleston. The Fogle Law Firm has the distinction of having their petition for Certiorari granted by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2019 for an immigration case. Mr. Susheelan assists start-ups, small businesses and individual foreign nationals seeking Permanent residence, Temporary Status, and U.S. Citizenship through his solo practice. Mr. Susheelan is a member of the New York Bar and the American Immigration Lawyers Association, chapters of Northern California, Santa- Clara, CA (Silicon Valley), Southern California, New Jersey, and New York.
Mr. Susheelan is an immigrant to the United States and was born in the United Kingdom. He attended School in Bangalore, India, and has lived in London, Kuwait, Dubai, Atlanta, and New York. In London, Mr. Susheelan attended the Prestigious Inns of Court School of Law that counts amongst its alumni Mahatma Gandhi, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Jawaharlal Nehru and four British Prime Ministers including Tony Blair and Margaret Thatcher. He is a member of the Bar of England & Wales and a Barrister of the Honorable Society of the Inner Temple. He is also a member of the Berkeley Law Society.
Before setting up his solo practice Mr. Susheelan was a partner at the law firm of Stewart & Susheelan, PLLC, and at the 35-year-old SYSS Law firm focused on representing the IT sector in immigration matters. Mr. Susheelan has been a speaker on Labor certification at the American Immigration Lawyers Association and ILW conferences. He is a contributor to the 2017-2018 PERM book. Mr. Susheelan has served as a moot court judge of the National Immigration Law Competition upon the invitation of NYU Law School. He has been a volunteer attorney at the ACLU's Immigrant Rights Project. When time permits he volunteers at the East Bay Sanctuary Covenant where he represents Asylum seekers.