A member of the New York State Bar Association, Attorney Mahfuzur Rahman, Esq. is a graduate of Fordham University School of Law, New York, USA. A Bangladeshi American, he is also a licensed Barrister of the United Kingdom and holds a Masters of International Human Rights Law degree from Lund University in Sweden. His expertise in both U.S. and international law makes him a versatile and adaptable attorney ready to pursue his client's interests in an array of different situations
American Insitute of Legal Counsel's 2018 "Top 10 Best Immigration Attorney - New York"
Attorney and Practice Magazine "Top 10 Immigration Attorney - New York"
For those of you who are looking at the exciting prospect of becoming a U.S. Citizen, Permanent Resident or a Visa Holder, I will work tirelessly around the clock for your legal needs with the intent of getting the job done as quickly and effectively as possible!
55 Broadway 3rd Floor, New York
Sumaiya Khalique, Esq. is an Immigration Attorney, who practices all areas of immigration law, and including Removal Defense and Business Immigration. In particular, Ms. Khalique focuses on asylum cases and extraordinary ability visas.
As an immigrant herself, Ms. Khalique is aware of the many difficulties immigrants face in navigating the complexities of the legal system, and the limited access to resources immigrants have without legal status. That is why she is passionate about representing her clients and committed to helping them obtain legal solutions.
Ms. Khalique began her legal career in the area of criminal law in Sydney, Australia and the United States. In Sydney, she worked on criminal cases on appeal before the New South Wales Supreme Court, and assisted underprivileged and disadvantaged youth who faced criminal charges at the highly respected Shopfront Youth Legal Center. In the United States, she gained experience in the Kings County District Attorney's Office and the Nassau Legal Aid Society in New York. Over the past few years, she has gained invaluable experience in immigration law working as an Immigration Attorney for the Smotritsky Law Group, PLLC, under the mentorship of Mr. Stanley Smotritsky.
Ms. Khalique is admitted to the New York State Bar. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Barnard College, Columbia University, and a Juris Doctor degree from Hofstra University School of Law. Ms. Khalique is fluent in Bengali and speaks Spanish.
111 John St Suite 1670, New York
Moumita Rahman, Esq., received her Juris Doctor from New York Law School, where she served as a past President of the NYLS South Asian Law Students Association, and as an Executive Editor of the NYLS Moot Court Association. Ms. Rahman competed successfully in several moot court competitions across the country.
Ms. Rahman received her Bachelor of Arts from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, where she received several awards for campus leadership and academic achievement, including the William McElvaney Award for Peace and Justice in 2003.
Prior to starting her own practice, Ms. Rahman worked as a Bankruptcy and Litigation Associate for a small-sized law firm, where she gained extensive experience in filing bankruptcies and handling personal injury matters. Ms. Rahman now practices in the areas of Bankruptcy, Litigation, and Estate Planning, but can assist clients in various other areas of the law. In addition, Ms. Rahman provides pro bono services to the New York City Bankruptcy Assistance Project.
Ms. Rahman brings with her a unique perspective and understanding as a second-generation immigrant of Bangladeshi descent, and is firmly committed to building strong community values. She is fluent in both English and Bengali.
Ms. Rahman is admitted to practice law in the following jurisdictions:
- New York State
- United States District Court, Southern District of New York
- United States District Court, Eastern District of New York
Ms. Rahman is a member of the following professional associations:
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
- New York State Bar Association
- American Immigration Lawyers Association
Annie Banerjee graduated third highest in her law school class at South Texas College of Law, with a full academic scholarship. She was given the Order of Lytae and honorary membership in Phi Delta Phi. She was Assistant Editor of South Texas Law Review and made Dean's list. She has a Masters Degree in English from Queen's University in Ontario, Canada and her Bachelors with Honors in English from the prestigious Presidency College in India.
Kreetee Dutta is a founding partner of the Luminary Law Group, PC. She was born in New Delhi, India and immigrated to the United States at the age of twelve. She is trilingual and fluent in English, Hindi, and Bengali. As such, her unique background coupled with her extensive experience equips her with specialized knowledge and understanding of her clients’ immigration needs. Kreetee is a Georgia licensed attorney and earned her Juris Doctorate at Emory University School of Law. Prior to law school, she received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Florida.
Kreetee’s practice focuses on all areas of U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law including family-based petitions, employment-based petitions, and removal proceedings. Kreetee assists individuals and families with green card applications, temporary visas, and naturalization (citizenship) matters. She also assists employers and corporate clients with employment-based immigration petitions, including EB-5, PERM, EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, L-1, E, H-1, H-2, TN, O-1, J-1, P, and R-1 visas. She successfully handles complex deportation cases, including those with criminal issues, and represents clients in immigration courts throughout the United States. Kreetee has significant experience in handling appeals before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and has successfully litigated lawsuits against the U.S. government for unreasonable delay in adjudicating immigration applications.
Kreetee is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and she is admitted to the Supreme Court of the State of Georgia, all lower Georgia Courts, the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia, the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Georgia, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. She is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
Mohammad A. Saleem, Esq.
DAVIS NDANUSA IKHLAS & SALEEM LLP
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.
I have been practising Immigration Law in New York City for the past thirty five years.
We specialze in Deportation, Family, Business and Investment law and have been sucessful getting favorable results for our clients.
We ensure transperancy in our work and prompt response to any client issues.
Removal and Deportation Defense
Family Based Greencard
Removal and Deportation Defense
VAWA and DACA Applications
Asylum and Refugee Application
Criminal Defense - Misdemeanors in Metro Atlanta.
I am the son of refugees who fled Uganda in the 70s. Along with my older sister and brother, I was born in Ontario, Canada before my family immigrated to Georgia when I was a child. I grew up in Marietta, GA and earned my undergraduate, masters, and J.D. degrees in Atlanta. I worked for a few years in Toronto before coming back to Atlanta.
I am an avid traveler and have been fortunate enough to travel to almost 40 countries so far. I enjoy meeting people from different backgrounds and getting to know my clients on a personal level. My office is in downtown Decatur, which is 10 minutes from downtown Atlanta. I would be happy to discuss your case. Please let me know how I can be of service and I look forward to speaking with you.
Naresh M. Gehi is the Principal Attorney at Gehi & Associates, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, with two offices serving the state of New York.
Mr. Gehi has more than 15 years’ experience as an attorney and has assisted thousands of clients in resolving complex immigration matters. Mr. Gehi is licensed to practice law in the state of New York, Eastern and Southern Districts of the State of New York and in the State of Connecticut. Also, Mr. Gehi is admitted to the Court of Appeals in New York.
Mr. Gehi holds a Master of Laws degree from the University of Georgia and was employed by the former administrative judge, Jeffrey M. Gottlieb, Esq., for approximately six years. During his employment with Mr. Gottlieb, Mr. Gehi assisted the firm in handling complicated immigration cases, ranging from family-based immigration to deportations, to employment-based immigration matters, etc.
Maintaining an active trial practice, Mr. Gehi specializes in dealing with incredibly complex immigration cases. Former State and former Assistant District Attorneys, and many private attorneys have referred challenging immigration cases to his firm, due to his reputation in this area. It is not uncommon for clients to transfer their cases to Gehi and Associates, particularly when the case involves complex immigration issues.
Mr. Gehi’s landmark case involved a client whose name and birth date matched that of a suspected terrorist. The case ultimately required dealing with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Immigration Court. After litigating the case for nearly three years, the client successfully obtained his green card. This is but one of many examples of the types of cases successfully handled by his firm.
Besides being an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Mr. Gehi has also been a speaker at the New York Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Additionally, Mr. Gehi was selected to serve on the Federal Practice Committee of AILA. As well, he regularly participates in interactive viewer sessions about immigration matters on numerous television programs in New York.
Mr Gehi has been a speaker at the prestigious National Press Club in Washington, DC and has testified in the New York State Senate on immigration matters.
He is frequently cited and quoted on immigration issues by news outlets, such as ABC News, Reuters, CNN, Channel 11 NY, Daily News, New York Post and Law360.com. Mr. Gehi’s articles on immigration issues regularly appear in various newspapers in New York. Mr. Gehi has also served on the “Ask the Experts” panel for immigration matters at the New York Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Mr. Gehi frequently provides immigration advice to major corporations and individuals who seek to resolve their immigration matters.
The website of Gehi & Associates, www.immigrationquestion.com, regularly updates visitors regarding the latest news in immigration and provides comprehensive information regarding the practice areas of his law firm.
30 YEARS OF EXPERTISE AT YOUR SERVICE
Neil A. Weinrib & Associates is one of the leading law firms specialized in US immigration law. Located in New York City since 1978, our law firm has been committed for the past 30 years to providing foreign and domestic corporations as well as individuals with legal services tailored to their needs and requirements. The firm handles matters on a nationwide basis.
CREATIVE LEGAL SOLUTIONS
Our success is founded on our unique ability to devise creative, cost-effective and prompt solutions to a variety of immigration challenges. To provide the most effective immigration solutions, Neil A. Weinrib has adopted a coordinated team approach.
Each team is specialized in a particular area of immigration law and the team members provide an integrated support network to our clients. This approach allows each practice group of our firm to be fully informed about current and reliable immigration information. Legal updates and changes in procedure are then disseminated throughout the firm, guaranteeing a coordinated practice to maximize favorable results for our clients. Our services are always conducted in an environment of professionalism. Moreover, we believe in keeping the client informed at each and every step of the process. Neil A. Weinrib, Esq. is personally involved in coordinating the activities of the team.
Overall, the firm's approach is threefold:
· We thoroughly analyze the clients' needs, by evaluating both their short and long term goals;
· We rapidly determine the immigration solutions available within the existing laws and regulations;
· We guarantee diligence and professionalism through conscientious client follow-up. We recognize that immigration is time sensitive
UNPARALLELED CUSTOMER SERVICE IN ALL AREAS OF LAW
We have extensive experience and have achieved unprecedented success in obtaining nonimmigrant visas and lawful permanent residence (i.e. Green Card), both in the areas of labor certification and job sponsorship.
We possess considerable expertise in regard to employer compliance with federal regulations and regularly handle matters on a nationwide basis and through US consular offices abroad.
Fast Track & Creative Solutions to Your Overseas Recruitment Issues:
We fully recognize that the recruitment of foreign professionals is often critical to the success of many forward-looking U.S. companies. Since the priority of companies is to recruit the most qualified candidates, our priority is to guide you through a rapid, painless and cost-effective immigration process. Our firm is committed to providing effective guidance with a view towards devising solutions in the most expeditious, accurate and efficient manner.
Speed & Cost:
We completely understand that time is "of the essence" in immigration matters. What distinguishes us from other law firms is our commitment to service and the ability to achieve the fastest possible "turn-around" time. More importantly, we provide premium legal services without charging premium legal fees. As to other areas of law, we provide an honest and "hands-on" approach toward protecting the rights of our clients.
Naveen Rahman Bhora
641 Lexington Ave, New York
I am the Managing Attorney of Wolfsdorf's New York office. I am an expert in extraordinary/exceptional ability and outstanding researcher/professor matters and represents physicians, registered nurses, and allied healthcare workers, among others. I have been praised by Who's Who of Business Lawyers 2015 for "terrific" work at the firm. Further, I was recently included in the 2016 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, and will also appear in the 10th edition of Los Angeles' Best Lawyers. I am an active member of the California Bar, AILA, and the International Medical Graduate Taskforce. I am the former Treasurer of the Southern California Chapter of AILA and I served on AILA's Vermont Service Center Liaison Committee
As an immigration attorney, I have spent my entire legal career practicing immigration law. I am also an immigrant from India and know how important it is to secure your status and protect your family. I began my legal career as an Indian immigration attorney with a firm that practiced solely in immigration law representing aliens in removal and deportation proceedings. I then founded the Law Offices of Gita B. Kapur and focus my practice entirely on immigration matters.
I serve Argentinean, Armenian, Angolan, Belizean, Brazilian, Cameroonian, Chilean , Colombia, Cuban, Salvadoran, Fijian, French, Filipino, Gambian, Ghanaian, Guinean, Guatemalan, Haitian, Honduran, Indonesian, Iranian, Iraqi, Israeli, Jamaican, Kenyan, Ecuadorean, Egyptian, Ethiopian, Mexican, Burmese, Myanmarese, Nicaraguan, Nigerian, Peruvian, Panamanian, Romanian, Russian, South African, Sri Lankan, Venezuelan.
I have litigated many areas of immigration including:
Removal / Deportation Proceedings
Cancellation of Removal
Adjustment of Status
Withholding of Removal
The Convention Against Torture
I take complex immigration cases that other immigration attorneys will not, especially criminal and novel legal argument immigration cases.
Ms. Svetlana Schreiber was born in Romania. She came to the US when she was 12 years old and spent the next decade in New Jersey where she obtained her BA in comparative literature from Douglas College, New Brunswick, NJ in 1973 (where she was president of her class for two years).
She was admitted to a PhD program at Rutgers University which she commenced in 1973, but then marriage caused her to move to Ohio where she completed a MA degree in the same subject at Kent State University, where among other things, she taught a course in Romanian.
She attended John Marshall Law School at Cleveland State University and received a JDL in 1981. She has been in private practice since that time, specializing in domestic relations, personal injury, worker compensation and social security cases. The firm also handles Constitutional work, specifically First Amendament litigation, discrimination, police and government misconduct and major criminal cases.
Since 1990, Ms. Schreiber has become the primary attorney for the extensive Romanian community, being one of the few lawyers in the country to speak Romanian fluently. As a result of her involvement with the Romanian community she expanded her practice to include immigration law.
She is a member of AILA (Association of Immigration Lawyers), of its Ohio Chapter, of the Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers, the Cuyahoga County Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association where she is also admitted to practice.
An article in the New York Times describing the plight of Romanian stowaways who were incarcerated in Elizabeth New Jersey, drew her attention and caused her to organize a multi state effort to bring legal help to these asylum seekers. She was fortunate to elicit the help of Bishop Nathaniel of the Romanian Orthodox Church and of Armand Scala of the Romanian American organization known as CORA and throughout 1985 -1986, she devoted much of her time, pro bono, to successfully litigate on behalf of these young men and women. She subsequently became a member of CORA (Congress of Romanian Americans). She is currently the acting Chairperson of the Cleveland Chapter of the Romanian American Chamber of Commerce.
She is married and resides in Cleveland Hts., Ohio and has two grown sons both living in New York City. Since 1986 Ms. Schreiber was heavily involved with the ClevelandPublic Theatre where she sat on the Board of Directors for fourteen years. The recent addition of grandson Tobias has enriched her life immeasurably.
Nabeel Kibria Esq.
1629 K St NW #300, Washington
Nabeel Kibria is a District of Columbia, DUI/DWI, criminal defense and immigration attorney based in DC, with offices in both the District of Columbia and Alexandria, Virginia. Mr. Kibria is also admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, and defends many federal cases.
Additionally, Mr. Kibria handles routine traffic cases and specific personal injury cases. He is a founding partner of Ervin Kibria PLLC.
Nabeel graduated from the David A. Clarke School of Law at the University of the District of Columbia, one of the nation’s foremost public interest law schools, and he is admitted to the District of Columbia Bar. Throughout law school, Nabeel served as a student attorney in the David A. Clarke School of Law’s acclaimed Low-Income Housing-Consumer Law Clinic, where he provided representation of low-income residents of the District of Columbia, performing over 500 hours of pro bono legal services, including, but not limited to, successful litigation of rental conditions and human rights acts violations cases in DC Landlord-Tenant Court and DC Superior Court. Nabeel also served as a student attorney in the Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic where he performed over 700 hours of pro bono legal and tax preparation services, including successful filing and negotiation of complicated state and federal tax debts owed to the IRS and/or State Treasury by clinic clients.
In addition to his services as a student attorney to the low-income residents of the District of Columbia, Nabeel worked, both during and after law school, as a senior law clerk to the managing partner of one of northern Virginia’s busiest criminal defense firms, representing hundreds of defendants in a wide-range of cases, including traffic offenses, alcohol-related offenses, drug offenses, violent crimes, theft-related offenses and government forfeitures.
Nabeel’s passion for litigation, specifically criminal defense, and his love for the District of Columbia led to the creation of Ervin Kibria PLLC with his co-founder Justin Ervin. Nabeel has a deep understanding of his clients needs, fears and concerns when they are charged with a particular offense. Clients choose to be represented by Nabeel because of his ability to calm their fears and provide results through his honesty,compassion and his dedication to their individual matters. He is committed to offering his clients the best possible legal representation in the District. Mr. Kibria is a firm believer that legal representation should be afforded to all who require it and he is determined to offer reasonable prices to help those who seek his representation.
Nabeel will always “go to bat” for his clients and will take a case to trial if that is what is necessary to deliver justice. The attorneys at Ervin KIbria PLLC genuinely share the belief that being prepared and willing to fight for clients is the only way to practice criminal defense.
Outside of the courtroom, Nabeel is an art and music enthusiast, as well as a veracious Washington D.C sports fan. As a University of Miami alumnus, Nabeel bleeds orange and green for his Miami Hurricanes.
Ashik Rahman Jahan
191 Peachtree Tower, 191 Peachtree St
Ashik R. Jahan is an associate in the Atlanta office specializing in Business and Family Immigration, Employment Law (I-9 and E-Verify Issues) and Georgia Workers' Compensation Law (defense). His parents, who immigrated to the United States, settled just outside of Nashville, Tennessee, where Mr. Jahan was born. Mr. Jahan graduated magna cum laude from Vanderbilt University with Honors in political science and a minor in U.S. history. Mr. Jahan also graduated from Ohio State University's Moritz College of Law where he was active in mediation competitions and served as vice president of the Asian-Pacific American Law Student Association.Mr. Jahan's immigration practice focuses on representing businesses and individuals with obtaining work and family visas, permanent residency, and citizenship. Mr. Jahan also represents employers and insurers in workers' compensation claims in the state of Georgia.Mr. Jahan is fluent in Bengali and is also an active participant in flag football, soccer, and softball leagues.
Dedicated to helping you and your loved ones achieve a fair and just solution to any family law issue, including representation in
Divorce (Contested and Uncontested)
Child Custody and Visitation
Domestic Violence and Abuse
Post-Divorce Custody and Support Modifications
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Rabindra K. Singh
300 W Adams St Suite 500, Chicago
Selected by Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star”, Rabindra Singh (Rabi) is an Attorney with Immigration Attorneys, LLP, in Chicago, Illinois. From individuals to startups to multinational corporations, he has advised clients in a variety of industries, with a primary focus on the information technology, pharmaceutical, and financial services industries. Rabi’s work focuses on complex employment- and family-based immigration matters. He represents clients before various agencies of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), and the U.S. Department of State (DOS).
An avid writer, Rabi frequently writes for both print and electronic media. His co-authored articles have appeared in the prestigious New Jersey Law Journal and Law360. In addition, he is a frequent contributor to ILW.COM. Further, in the past, he wrote weekly articles for various ethnic Indian newspapers published in New York, New Jersey and Chicago.
Specialties: Employment-based Immigrant Visa matters such as: EB-1, EB-2, EB-2 NIW, EB-3; PERM Labor Certification Applications; Nonimmigrant Visa petitions such as H-1B, L-1, TN, O, P, U, etc.; Investor-based Visas such as New Company L-1s and E-2s; Worksite enforcement and compliance, including DOL/WHD audits and I-9 investigations; Consular Processing; Humanitarian Reinstatement Applications; Affirmative and Defensive Asylum Applications; Family- and marriage-based Green Cards; Child Status Protection Act (CSPA); DHS’ Traveler Redress Inquiry Program (DHS TRIP); Extreme Hardship Waiver Applications and Nonimmigrant Waiver Applications; Motion to Reopen and/or Reconsider for reviewing adverse decisions; Filing Appeals to the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) and Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), etc.
810 Sycamore St #6, Cincinnati
The son of Bangladeshi immigrants, Soumyajit Dutta is a proud native of Oak Hill, Ohio, a small village located in Southeastern Ohio. After graduating from Oak Hill High School, Soumyajit attended Cornell University in Ithaca, New York and received a bachelor's degree in biology.
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Greater Cincinnati Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Ohio State Bar Association
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Member: Criminal Justice Act Federal Appointment panel for the Southern District of Ohio and 6th Circuit
Meghan Anne Abigail
2300 Valley View Ln #860, Irving
I am the managing attorney at Abigail Law Firm, PLLC. I graduated from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law and went on to gain valuable experience as a Staff Attorney at an immigration non-profit legal services provider in Dallas, Texas. Later I opened my own private practice. I have worked on hundreds of cases involving citizenship, family-based immigration (consular processing and adjustment), victim-oriented visas (VAWA and U-visas), Deferred Action, and waivers.
I pride myself on offering objective yet compassionate analysis at reasonable prices. I work primarily out of Irving, TX, but am able to take cases from all over the country. English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic, Russian, and Bangla available.
Satnam Singh is the principal lawyer in Satnam Singh, PC, and American Immigration Law Office, PLC, practicing law since 1988. Satnam is admitted to the Supreme Court of Virginia, the US Courts of Appeals for the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and Federal Circuits, Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, US Tax Court, US Court of International Trade, the US Supreme Court, and the Bar Council in India. Satnam is author of Marriage to a Foreign National, Love (and a lot of paperwork) conquers all, SOLO eNewsletter, Vol. 15, No. 3, Winter 2009, ABA GP/Solo Division, and represented the petitioner in Adolfo Rendon BRACAMONTES v. Eric H. HOLDER, 675 F.3d 380 (4th Cir. 2012). He has served/serving as AILA DC Chapter’s Norfolk Liaison Chair, Member of AILA’s Field Offices Liaison Committee, Chair of several committees of ABA’s GP/SOLO Division, and Board Member and Secretary of the Virginia State Bar’s International Practice Section. His areas of immigration practice include: Litigation, Appeals, Consular Processing, Waivers, Family Immigration, Naturalization, I-9 Review and Audits, and Business Immigration. He obtained his LL.B. degree from Delhi University, India; and J.D. (Eq.), and LL.M. from William & Mary Law School, in Williamsburg, Virginia. Additionally, his past and present law practice include legal representation in the areas of Business and Corporate Law, International Law, International Transactions, Customs, Taxation, Wills, Estate Planning, Real Estate, Domestic Relations, Criminal Law, Social Security, Civil Litigation, Bankruptcy, Elder Law, Contracts, and Employment/Labor Laws.
College of William & Mary:Marshall-Wythe School of Law, South Henry Street, Williamsburg, Virginia 23185LL.M: Master of Laws in Taxation (May 1990)J.D. (Equivalency): Juris Doctor (Equivalency) (May 1990)
Old Dominion University:School of Education, Hampton Boulevard, Norfolk, Virginia 23529Ph.D. student: completed courses in Organizational Leadership and Development, Program Evaluation, Multicultural Environment, and Urban Educational Leadership, for Ph.D.(August 1986 to December 1990)
San Jose State University:School of Education, 1 Washington Square, San Jose, California 95112M.A.: Master of Arts in Education [Instructional Technology] (December 1985); wrote thesis on “Perception Process and Perceptual Differences”
Delhi University:Law Center-II, Ring Road, New Delhi, IndiaLL.B.: Bachelor of Laws (May 1983)
Jawaharlal Nehru University:School of International Studies, New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi, India 110067M.Phil.: Master of Philosophy [International Politics] (May 1980)Completed 24 credits of research and course work, and wrote a thesis on “Transfer of Soviet Technology to the Third World - A Case Study of India”M.A.: Master of Arts in Politics [International Relations] (May 1977)Ph.D. student: completed 48 credits of Ph.D. degree research and course work on the thesis “Soviet Policy on Technical Cooperation with the Third World - A Case Study of South Asian Region” (July 1980 to July 1984)
Delhi University:S.G.T.B. Khalsa College, Delhi University Campus, Delhi, IndiaB.Com.: Bachelor of Commerce (May 1974)
Postgraduate Professional DIPLOMAS in:Training Methods for Business and Industry (January 1986) from San Jose State University, San Jose, CATraining and Development (November 1984) from Indian Society for Training & Development, New Delhi, IndiaLabor Laws (August 1981) from Indian Law Institute, Supreme Court of India, New Delhi, IndiaPersonnel Management & Industrial Relations (December 1980) from Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, Delhi, IndiaInternational Law and Diplomacy (March 1978) from Indian Academy of International Law and Diplomacy, Scindia House, New Delhi, IndiaTourism and Hotel Management (December 1978) from Rajasthan University, Jaipur, India
Attended numerous professional training programs and continuing legal education programs/seminars in the United States and India, in diverse areas, including: instructional systems development, training assessment and evaluation, behavioral science, faculty development, banking law, industrial relations, personnel management, human resources development, organizational development, international trade laws, contracts, criminal law, labor law, bankruptcy law, and immigration and nationality laws, while working in the training field in India and subsequently, while practicing law in the United States. Received Lifetime Community College Instructor Credential to teach “Government (Theory and Practice, Local and International)” from the California Community Colleges Board of Governors in 1986.
Supreme Court of the United States (10/30/1995)United States Court of Appeals for the: Federal Circuit (06/05/1997); 1st Circuit (07/01/20140; 2nd Circuit (06/11/2014); 3rd Circuit (07/14/2014); 4th Circuit (01/22/1991); 5th Circuit (01/25/2006); 6th Circuit (03/13/2006); 9th Circuit (06/10/2014); 10th Circuit (07/03/2014); and 11th Circuit (07/15/2014)United States Tax Court (06/06/1994)United States Court of International Trade (04/30/1997)United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia (11/18/1994)United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia (03/12/1991)Supreme Court of Virginia (11/06/1990); Virginia State Bar (10/05/1990)Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana, India (03/23/1988)
While working as a personnel officer in a large nationalized bank in India, from September 1977 to February 1982, regularly taught at the bank’s executive training college, as a visiting faculty. Later on, appointed full time faculty member at the college, where worked from February 1982 to July 1984. Independently designed, developed, conducted, and managed in-house training programs, ranging from one week to six weeks, for bank executives in the areas of Labor Laws, Banking Law, Contracts, Negotiable Instruments, Business Law, Human Resources Management and Development, Advanced Management, and International Transactions. Worked as Program Director of training for all Behavioral, Legal, and Management training programs. Regularly participated in developing short term and long range training plans and strategies at the corporate level, and submitted evaluation reports and recommendation to the top management. Taught American Government at the Commonwealth College in Norfolk, Virginia, from 1987 to 1988. Panel speaker in several AILA conferences.
RESEARCH & WRITING
Researched and authored more than 100 hand outs and study materials while working as a faculty member at the Staff Training College of a large bank in India; researched, authored, and submitted my M.Phil. thesis on Transfer of Soviet Technology to the Third World - A Case Study of India; researched, authored, and submitted my M.A. thesis on Perception Process and Perceptual Differences at the San Jose State University, California; and wrote hundreds of legal briefs and legal memoranda in the course of litigation in my practice areas. Satnam Singh, Marriage to a Foreign National, Love (and a lot of paperwork) conquers all, SOLO eNewsletter, Vol. 15, No. 3, Winter 2009, ABA GP/Solo Division. Adolfo Rendon BRACAMONTES v. Eric H. HOLDER, Jr., Attorney General, 675 F.3d 380 (4th Cir. 2012); Argued: December 7, 2011, Decided: March 29, 2012; petitioner’s counsel, Satnam Singh.
American Bar Association; Federal Bar Association; Virginia State Bar; Virginia Bar Association; American Immigration Lawyers Association; Association of American Lawyers from India; Association of Trial Lawyers of America; Norfolk and Portsmouth Bar Association; South Asian Lawyers Association; and Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh, India.
VOLUNTARY WORKMentor for American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA); Member of Pro Bono Committee of AILA; Chair/Vice Chair/Member of several committees of American Bar Association (GP/Solo: Immigration Law, International Law, Ethics); Liaison Chair for Norfolk offices of USCIS, ICE, and CBP for AILA; providing free consultation to general public in immigration matters since 1990; speaker on immigration law topics at College of William and Mary, Norfolk State University, Tidewater Community College, and local forums; supervised internships/externships for the students of William & Mary Law School and Old Dominion University; and volunteer officer of the local Civic League.
Nait is the Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Should I Sign, Inc. He is a creative problem solver by nature and saw a lot of problems with the current legal services landscape. He works tirelessly with one goal in mind: removing the anxiety and frustration individuals and businesses face when trying to find the right attorney for their needs, while improving efficiencies for lawyers servicing these types of clients.
Prior to Should I Sign, Inc., Nait was a corporate lawyer at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver and Jacobson LLP where he advised private equity sponsors, REITs, public and private corporations, investment banks, and hedge funds in connection with a variety of domestic and cross-border transactions.
He holds a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School and a B.S. in Finance and Marketing (with a minor in computer applications) from the Stern School of Business at New York University. During his time at NYU, Nait also won first place in a business plan competition for a video sharing platform (predating YouTube’s rise to dominance) at the Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship.
Nait is a serial entrepreneur at heart who sold candy out of his locker in middle school, imported electronics to sell online during high school and college and bought and sold domain names throughout law school. Nait is also an adviser to a handful of other like-minded entrepreneurs doing exciting things including on-demand liquor delivery and mobile software development.
9600 Great Hills Trail Suite 150W, Austin
Client review: "Superb Lawyer - effective and helpful. Attorney Ghoshal offered expeditious professional service when I recently contacted her."
Ajmeri Hoque was born in Bangladesh and raised in New York. She and her family moved to Columbus, Ohio when she began her undergraduate career at The Ohio State University. While attending OSU, she fell in love with the city and decided to obtain her law degree at Capital University. During law school, Ajmeri completed courses in Immigration and International Law which lead to her desire to practice criminal and immigration law.
After completing law school, she and her husband moved back to New York for three years. While in New York, Ajmeri passed the New York Bar Exam and practiced law there as well. She practiced securities law and immigration law at a private firm. She also volunteered as a domestic attorney and was honored for her dedication to pro bono work.
Ajmeri returned back to Columbus with her family two years ago. Since then, she worked as a Municipal Court Prosecutor in Lancaster, Ohio where she prosecuted OVIs, DUIs, Thefts, Domestic Violence, as well as many other misdemeanors crimes. She was first chair in 18 jury trials and had weekly trials. Her experience as a Prosecutor gives her the unique perspective to now defend people. Ajmeri is able to look at every criminal case through the eyes of a Prosecutor which allows her to find the best defense possible for every client.
A successful imigration lawyer at New York, USA. Good rating.I know her personaly . As I know lots of friends and family succeed by her.
985 W Oklahoma Ave, Milwaukee
Our law firm sucessfuly represented thousands of people for over 12 years. We succesfully handled multiple car/trucks/school busses accident cases with satisfying for clients results. We are small but very customer friendly law firm that will work hard to receive best possibly outcome in your given situation. At our office we speak 6 languages and we work with very diverse clientele. In reality "we speak your language" and whatever language our customer speaks, we will speak that language. Give us a try and you will not be disapointed by the level of our service and results!
Shahzeen A. Karim
17400 Dallas Pkwy, Dallas
Experienced immigration attorney with expertise in criminal law.