I first came to this country when I was 10 years old from India along with my family. At the time, I was far too young to know or appreciate the significance of the experience that I was facing. I knew only that I wanted to see snow.
Quickly as I moved, I realized that there were so many things that were new and different about the United States. I started asking questions about our own traditions and learning more deeply about myself and my heritage through these questions. Like many young immigrants, I was also bullied by some classmates. These experiences made an impact and made me respect and honor the journey that immigrants face when they decide to move from a place and country that is familiar to a place and country that is entirely new.
I decided to go to law school because to me, learning the law was very empowering. Through the legal system, we get the protections and the rights that are provided to each individual in the United States. However, until we learn it, it seems scary and difficult to comprehend. I wanted to understand the legal system to learn the rules of our country.
After graduating from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, I realized that I needed to help empower other immigrants who are also faced with the enormous challenge and possibilities opened by moving to a new and unfamiliar country.
To this day, it is this passion that drives me each and every day. Watching my clients succeed gives me strength. To this success, I am committed. I am also committed to creating the type of law firm that supports clients in achieving their immigration goals and looks beyond just an “application” or a “case” but in context of the individuals for whom the case is handled. One that makes immigrants feel accepted, honored, and empowered. With this in mind, I decided to name my law firm, SwagatUSA. “Swagat” means “welcome” in Sanskrit.
Passionate about immigration law and assisting immigrants in achieving their goals. I believe that there are no simple immigration cases and every immigration case begins with a STRATEGY. See my video introduction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZ-ms-1V3C0
Kenny is an expert in family and employment related petitions and applications. She has provided legal representation in the area of Immigration and Naturalization Law to businesses, individuals and organizations in the United States, and from around the world. Her continous research in Immigration and Naturalization Law, Family Law has developed expertise and experience necessary for a successful resolution of your case.
She excels in handling family based immigration, employment based immigration, visas for professional workers, waivers of inadmissibility, applications for labor certification, petitions to remove the conditions on residency, responses to requests for additional evidence, She is dedicated to handling your case with the professionalism and the personal attention that it deserves.
Kenny has successfully represented clients in immigration and removal proceedings before U.S. Immigration Courts, the U.S. Immigration Citizenship and Immigration Service, Customs and Border Protection, and the U.S. Asylum Office. She strives to provide exceptional legal representation to foreign nationals, their families and employers seeking to hire foreign nationals.
Ph. D in Law
LL.M – Masters of Law in criminology
LL.B (Hons.) – Bachelors of Law
B. Ed - Bachelors of Education
B. Com - Bachelors of Commerce
BAR AND COURT ADMISSIONS
Illinois State Bar Association – ISBA, USA
Gujarat State Bar Association – GSBA, India
ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
AILA – American Immigration Lawyers Association
ISBA –Illinois State Bar Association
CPPIL – Collaborative Practice Professionals of Illinois
IACP – International Academy of Collaborative Practice
ISBA International and Immigration Committee
ISBA Human Rights Committee
ICA – Indian Council of Arbitration
I am the founder and principal of the the Law Offices of Azita M. Mojarad, P.C., a multi-service law firm established in 2000 in Chicago, Illinois. We focus our practice in Immigration & Naturalization Law, Family Law, Business Law, and Criminal Law.
We pride ourselves with the ability of our lawyers to provide clients with care, consideration, and dedication, as well as quality legal work. Following these standards has contributed to our growth and loyal clients. The firm however remains committed to a small firm philosophy, where our attorneys focus on offering personalized attention to its clients and enjoys established relationships which date back to the founding of the firm. We welcome the opportunity for our lawyers to be of assistance.
20 N Clark St, Chicago
Born in India, raised and educated in London, England and a practising attorney in the United States since 1996, I bring a unique combination of immigration acumen and international expertise.Jani Law Group and Riddhi Jani has helped 100's of clients seeking to live and/or work in America, navigate their way through the labyrinthe of complex, arcane immigration laws. We would be delighted to join you on your journey too!
401 E Prospect Ave, Mt Prospect
Trisha Chokshi is a founding partner of Chokshi Filippone Law LLC, with offices in Mount Prospect and Chicago. She concentrates her practice in the area of immigration law, including family based residency petitions (“green card” services), employment-based visas, citizenship/naturalization, and humanitarian programs (DACA, asylum, U Visas, VAWA petitions). Ms. Chokshi also handles residential real estate matters and estate planning.
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.
Dave Aparna Law Office
107 Alderwood Dr, Gaithersburg
Chirag V Patel
2 Wisconsin Cir #700, Chevy Chase
Attorney Chirag V. Patel is the owner and managing attorney of the Baltimore immigration law firm, Patel Law Group. Attorney Patel earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in International Affairs from George Washington University, and his Juris Doctorate degree from the American University Washington College of Law. He is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). Mr. Patel is admitted to practice in the United States District Court of Maryland and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Attorney Patel founded Patel Law Group in 1997, where he focuses his practice on immigration law and criminal immigration law. In addition, Mr. Patel is fluent in English, Hindi, and Gujarati.
Kunal M. Shah is the founder of the Law Office of Kunal Shah, LLC. Mr. Shah graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Political Science from Rutgers University in 2003. Mr. Shah obtained his law degree from the Seton Hall University School of Law in 2010.
Mr. Shah has experience in various areas of law including Commercial and Civil Litigation, Commercial Transactions, Landlord/Tenant Law, Family Law, Municipal Court, Real Estate, Immigration and Wills.
As an attorney, Mr. Shah has represented clients in various matters. Mr. Shah is committed to serving and protecting the interests of the clients by offering clients reasoned advice and personal attention in every matter. Mr. Shah is further able to assist clients as he is fluent in Hindi and Gujarati.
Mr. Shah is also actively involved in the community as he is a member of the New Jersey Bar Association, Middlesex County Bar Association, South Asian Bar Association, a member of the legal policy group of the Indian Business Association and a committee member of Khambhati Charity International, a non-profit organization.
Ms. Golding pratices immigration law with the Boston Immigration Law Offices of Trupti N Patel & Associatres. Ms. Golding practices all facets of the immigration law but specializes in representing individuals in removal hearings before the Immigration Court. Ms. Golding also represents individuals filing affirmative applications for relief including adjustment of status, asylum applications, naturalization applications, and applications through consular processing. She has worked closely with individuals to successfully file discretionary waiver applications. Ms. Golding’s work includes appeals of removal orders and CIS decisions, and preparing motions to reopen final orders of removal. She has litigated mandamus complaints where cases have been unnecessarily delayed in front of the Immigration Service. Ms. Golding also advises individuals and corporations on employment-based immigrant and nonimmigrant petitions.
Ms. Golding is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts, the First Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.
1924 Sacagawea, San Antonio
Dipakkumar Panchal handles cases in Personal Injury, Immigration and attended Gujarat National Law University. This attorney has been licensed for less than a year and has an office in San Antonio, TX.
190 NJ-27, Edison
I immigrated to the United States with my family when I was five years old. First, I received my Alien Registration Card and at the age of eighteen I naturalized to become a United States Citizen. So, I have been in the shoes of my clients. For me, being an immigration attorney is more than just a job: it's my passion and it's in my blood.I have committed myself to serving the immigration community for the last seventeen years, giving nothing but my very best. While it is an honor for me to have received many professional awards and accolades throughout my professional career, I take the greatest pride in having earned my clients' trust. Awards come and go, but trust is hard earned and I take it very seriously. My firm is straightforward and transparent. If there is nothing that we can do for you, we will tell you exactly that. We will not waste your time or money. That is why most of our business is generated through referrals from former clients.
When people find us. They stop looking.
1924 Sacagawea, San Antonio
Expert in Civil Litigation and also does Immigration law....
My parents immigrated to the United States in the 1970s to pursue what most people coming to the United States want: The American Dream. My father is a physician, my mother a biochemist, and I witnessed firsthand how, through their hard work and perseverance, they became lawful permanent residents and, ultimately, proud citizens of the United States.
Immigration, as a result, has been at the forefront of my consciousness since my childhood. Therefore, it is my mission to assist those who, like my family, want to come, either temporarily or permanently, to the United States and create a life of happiness, prosperity, and possibility for themselves. It is an honor and privilege to be an advocate for those people, and I am grateful that I can rise each day and provide this service.
Kapesh Vithal Patel
15615 Alton Pkwy Suite 450, Irvine
Criminal, Family, and Immifration law attorney located in Orange and Riverside Counties. Contact us for aggressive, knowledgable, and competent representation.
Prerak A Zaveri
167 Main St, Hackensack
Prerak Zaveri is the founder of Zaveri Law Firm P.C. He is an Indian-American attorney who is dedicated to the practice of immigration and nationality law in the United States. Mr. Zaveri’s passion for immigration law stems from being raised in a family and community of Indian immigrants and learning of the many difficulties and challenges that immigrants, regardless of country of origin, commonly experience while engaged in the U.S. immigration process.
Since establishing Zaveri Law Firm P.C., Mr. Zaveri has counseled individuals and businesses in a variety of complex immigration matters including matters involving visas, permanent residence, adjustments, asylum, entrepreneur immigration, business immigration and compliance. He has also assisted a wide array of professionals including individuals in academia, technology, engineering, music and the performing arts. In addition, Mr. Zaveri’s prior first hand experience in business ventures and start ups has allowed him to provide guidance and insight to foreign entrepreneurs who are considering establishing businesses or are already engaged in business enterprises in the United States.
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.
Chhayal N. Patel, is Managing Attorney of Patel Law P.L.C. Ms. Patel practices primarily in the areas of Consumer Bankruptcy and Immigration Law. Ms. Patel has been in practice since 2008.
Patel Law, P.L.C. is a Phoenix, Arizona law firm dedicated to serving clients throughout Greater Phoenix Area in Bankruptcy and Immigration matters. The firm also serves clients throughout Maricopa, Pinal and Pima Counties, including Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, Queen Creek, Apache Junction and Tucson.
At Patel Law, we are dedicated to protecting the rights of our clients and have an individualized approach to client representation. We are a boutique firm focusing on counseling individual clients and businesses, with a goal of providing high quality, personalized and affordable legal services.
We have the requisite experience and skill to successfully resolve complex cases. All work is done by an attorney, so we can ensure that our clients get the respect and personal attention they deserve.
Admitted to practice law in the State of New York.
Advise corporate clients on compliance with USCIS, DOL and PERM regulations. Handle non-immigrant petitions including H-1B, L-1, R-1, O, P-3, F-1, & J-1 visas and respond to RFEs, draft motions and appeals, and conduct extensive research on complex immigration matters. File Permanent Labor Certifications for several IT and Pharmaceutical positions for EB-2 and EB-3 categories involving complex job requirements and respond to perm audits. Advise individual clients on matters related with asylum, removal, family based immigration, marriage based green card and citizenship.For further info visit: http://afsharangwala.com/
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.
My firm's mission is to provide high quality, result-oriented representation to each and every one of my clients. Honesty, integrity, professionalism and respect are the four pillars on which I wish to build my practice. I strive to be the primary resource and partner in all aspects of my client's journey through this whimsical maze of our legal System. I began my career as a lawyer in India in 1996. After moving to United States I wanted to continue pursuing my dream of a successful career in the legal field. So I enrolled into law school all over again and received my JD from the Thurgood Marshall School of Law. Through the years I have gained significant experience in a variety of fields including Immigration law, family law, commercial transactions, civil litigation and probate matters. · Licensed with the Bar Council of Maharashtra & Goa, India 1996 · Licensed with the State Bar of Texas 2004 . Licensed to practice in the Southern District Court of Texas and Eastern District Court of Texas 2005 · Membership: American Immigration Lawyer's Association, Brazoria County Bar Association
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Sujata Pratul Ajmera
300 W 6th St, Austin
Sujata Ajmera has an office in Austin, TX and attended University of Texas School of Law. This attorney handles cases in Immigration and has been licensed for 14 years.
Rishi Pratap Oza
2310 S Miami Blvd, Durham
When you come to the law office of Robert Brown, you can have confidence that your case is in reliable and trustworthy hands. Immigration can be an extremely tedious process, and it is of the utmost importance that you know where you can turn to receive the help you need today. Attorney Rishi P. Oza is a North Carolina immigration lawyer who has dealt with all kinds of immigration issues and is well equipped to take on your case and represent you now. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He graduated with Honors and made the Dean’s List. He later attended Case Western Reserve University Law School in Cleveland, Ohio, where he obtained his Juris Doctorate. Attorney Oza has been admitted to serve throughout the State of Ohio and in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio. He also attended John Hopkins University, where he earned his Master of Arts in Teaching. He also has been admitted to serve in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a member of The Cleveland Bar Association and The Cuyahoga County Bar Association. Attorney Oza formerly worked as a teaching, teaching Social Studies and Mathematics to 7th- and 8th graders in both Baltimore and Japan. He is fluent in both Japanese and Gujarati, and his widespread experience can be of tremendous value to you at this time. Are you interested in pursuing family-based immigration? Are you dealing with problems pertaining to consular processing, naturalization, or temporary protected status? It is of the utmost importance that you do not waste any time in seeking out the help and support you need at this pivotal time in your life. Whatever the details of your case may be, do not hesitate to contact this law office now and secure the help you need.
We are a consortium of experienced attorneys specializing in innovative immigration and business solutions for clients from China, India, Pakistan, Iran, Brazil, Venezuela, Columbia, Cuba, Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Jordan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Yemen, Egypt, Cameroon, Uganda, Nigeria, Sudan, Ghana, Somalia, Sierra Leone, Angola, Congo, DRC, CAR, Kenya, Mali, Malawi, Mauritania, Libya, Liberia, Senegal, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Guinea, Togo, Cote d’ Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Trinidad and Tobago, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, Chile, Bhutan, Tibet, Canada, Moldova and Uzbekistan.
Saffold & Associates has facilitated "Green cards" and U.S. citizenship for hundreds of people.
Our office has brought hundreds of family members from abroad to join their family members here in the U.S.
We have an overwhelming success rate with cases litigated before the "Immigration Courts" and have successfully, litigated thousands of asylum, cancellation of removal, waiver of inadmissibility, VAWA and adjustment-of-status to lawful permanent residence cases.
Saffold & Associates is in the business of helping individuals and businesses profit from the rich opportunities that America has to offer.
4144 N Central Expy #225, Dallas
Attorney Sonali Mehta Patnaik is Board Certified in Immigration and Nationality Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She has practiced Immigration in Dallas since 2004. She has had substantial success in all levels of Immigration practice, from complicated applications before USCIS, AAO and U.S. Embassies abroad, to asylum, adjustment, and cancellation cases before the Immigration Court and appeals.
Sonali was born to immigrant parents in Miami, Florida, and is a first generation Indian American. With roots in India, England, and Kenya, her upbringing has given her a unique understanding of the goals and struggles of the immigrant family.
In 2008, she expanded her practice to include Estate Planning, to serve demand from satisfied immigration clients.
Sonali is a graduate of The University of Texas School of Law. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, State Bar of Texas, Dallas Bar Association, Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program, and a frequent “Know Your Rights” presenter at the Immigration Court in Dallas. She has also given her time to Dallas non-profits who aid immigrant communities, such as Mosaic Family Services, Chetna DFW and Catholic Charities Immigration Counseling Service.
She speaks fluent Gujarati, and a basic level of Spanish. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Rehan Alimohammad was named one of Houston's top lawyers by Houstonia Magazine for 2013-2018 and one of the 5 Most Outstanding Young Texans in 2011 by the Texas Junior Chamber of Commerce. He is the current Chairman of the Board for the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce and the Immediate Past Chair of the Board for the State Bar of Texas. He was the first ever Asian and first ever Immigration Attorney to be elected Chair of the Board for the State Bar of Texas. He is a 2001 graduate of the University of Houston School of Law. Also a CPA, he served as a tax consultant for the International Tax Group at PricewaterhouseCoopers until 2003 when he entered the private practice of law. He is authorized to practice before the Supreme Court of Texas, the USCIS/DHS, the Board of Immigration Appeals, the IRS, and all Immigration Courts of the United States.
Mr. Alimohammad is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), and the State Bar of Texas.
Mr. Alimohammad was brought up believing heavily in community service, and credits his Grandfather and Father for instilling that value at an early age. He is the Legal Counsel and Board member for the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce. He is also a Board member for the Katy Bar Association. From 2009-2012, he was the Legal Member for His Highness Prince Aga Khan Shia Imami Ismaili Council for Southwestern United States. He has taken cases on behalf of the YMCA International Services, the Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program and Fort Bend Lawyers Care. For his efforts, he was recognized by the Pro Bono College of Texas for outstanding community service.
Already a CPA after receiving an Accounting Degree from the University of Texas in 1996, he went to University of Houston Law Center and graduated with a Juris Doctorate in 2001.
He enjoys helping people with a passion for litigating and this is the reason he practices immigration, tax law, and litigates in the area of family law. In his words, “There are many people who need legal help, I just try to do my part”.
You can contact Rehan Alimohammad at ralimohammad@wongfleming or 281-340-2074.
Brian K. Bates
123 Northpoint Dr #190, Houston
Brian Bates has an office in Houston, TX and attended Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law. This attorney handles cases in Immigration and has been licensed for 40 years.
Lisa Robinson joined the Law Offices of Marc Grossman in mid 2009. She has a passion for helping people through their bankrutpcy. While attending Loyola Law School, Lisaworked for the Cancer Legal Resource Center and helped cancer patients know their legal rights. She graduated from Loyola Law School in May of 2009. Currently, she is heading up the Bankruptcy Department and has seen many cases through to a successful discharge.
Shilpa Jadwani is the Associate Attorney at Neera Bahl & Associates. Originally from New Jersey, she graduated from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School in 2012 and passed Georgia’s February 2013 Bar Examination. Shilpa holds the CALI for Excellence Award in Immigration Law (2010). In addition to her Juris Doctorate, Shilpa also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Seton Hall University and a Certificate in Paralegal Studies for Farleigh Dickinson University. Shilpa has been with Neera Bahl & Associates since March 2013. She has over five years of collective hands on experience in the field of Immigration Law through internships and other legal job positions. Shilpa's specialty is employment based immigration classifications (H-1Bs, L-1s, I-140, etc) and family based immigration classifications (I-130, I-485, N-400, etc).
Immigration is Shilpa's passion and she can easily relate with clients because she herself has gone through the entire range of immigration processes herself. Shilpa's family immigrated to the United States in 1994 from India when her father obtained an H-1B employment visa. Because she has been through the process herself, she can understand and relate to the anxiety and stress that comes with being involved in any immigration matter. Shilpa strongly believes in staying connected with her clients and always keeping them informed. Although a recently admitted attorney, Shilpa is extremely hardworking and determined to give her 200% to every case and every client.
The Jamal Law Group, PC is committed to deliver excellent
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of legal issues. The Jamal Law Group, PC, is a law firm which is
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Our goal is to understand you, your business needs, your family’s (and even your pets!). Our commitment is to represent your best interest and my practice does this by taking a personalized approach with each client relationship.
MLO Law LLC specializes in Immigration, Special Needs, Elder Law, and Estate Planning. I am licensed to practice in the States of Missouri and Illinois.
Susham Mahendra Modi
1415 N Loop W Suite 612, Houston
Susham Modi focuses his practice exclusively on immigration law. In addition to his private practice, he is currently a Adjunct Professor & Clinical Supervising Attorney at the University of Houston Law Center’s Immigration Clinic. In this capacity, he is responsible for supervising and teaching upper-level students working on various immigration cases which include cases involving immigrants who are victims of crimes, immigration-related federal court litigation, appeals before the Board of Immigration Appeals, asylum cases, and removal defense cases before immigration courts. Moreover, he co-teaches the immigration classroom component to the clinic and is scheduled to co-teach Asylum/Refugee Law in Spring 2013.
He received a B.A., magna cum laude, from the University of Texas at Arlington and a J.D. from Penn State. As a law student at Penn State, he was active in Penn State’s Center for Immigrants’ Rights clinic and worked on complex immigration matters at Holland & Knight’s Community Services Team. He is the recipient of The D. Arthur Magaziner Human Services Award (awarded to the senior who has demonstrated good character, sound academic performance, high ethical standards, fidelity to the highest goals of the profession and commitment to selfless human service), the Miller Center Public Interest Certification, was named the Public Interest Law Fund Fellowship Chair, and assisted with coaching various mock trial and moot court competitions.
Immediately prior to joining the University of Houston, he worked as an Advocate/Attorney at Harvard Law School’s Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program. At Harvard, he worked on complex asylum, CAT, withholding of removal and U visa cases, supervised law students in the creation of “know-your-rights” presentation materials for undocumented students, as well as assisted with a Second Circuit amici curiae brief. He also assisted in preparing classroom materials and trainings to law students enrolled in Harvard’s seminar course of Immigration and Refugee Advocacy.
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.
I graduated the University of Mumbai in India with an LLB in 2003 and Graduated the University of Connecticut’s School of Law with a Masters in Law in 2010. I am admitted to practice law in the state of New York and practice immigration law throughout the United States. I have worked in India, Kenya and the United States. As a paralegal and advocate trainee with Dave & Girish advocates, a fortune 500 company in Mumbai, India, i was involved in mergers and acquisitions and arbitration. In Kenya, i worked with Pandya & Talati Advocates and was involved with research of insurance, real estate and corporate law. In United States, i voluntered at The International Institute of Connecticut, a nonprofit organization that assists immigrants with their immigration needs is what prompted my interest in Immigration thus pursuing immigration as a career. I am fluently conversant with English, Swahili(Kenyan), Hindi(India), Urdu(Pakistan & India), Gujarati(India) and Cutchi(India).
Nina Vaghaiwalla Rawal
96 Willard St, Cocoa
Nina Rawal graduated from University of California, Davis School of Law in 2010. Ms. Rawal practiced law in Daytona Beach, Florida for two different law firms, including The Law Offices of Smith, Hood, Bigman, P.A., before joining Cantwell and Goldman, P.A. in July, 2015. Nina has experience practicing law in numerous areas, including commercial and residential Real Estate transactions, Immigration Law, Health Care Law, Business Law, and Employment Law. Nina is fluent in Gujarati, and also proficient in Hindi and Mandarin Chinese. Before law school, Nina attended the University of Florida, where she was a member of both Florida Blue Key and was inducted to the UF Hall of Fame.
Chelsea is a founding member and managing partner at Boxwala Zuzindlak PLLC. Before founding Boxwala Zuzindlak PLLC, Chelsea worked as a Staff Attorney in the Business Immigration Practice Group at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP. She started her career as a U.S. Department of Justice recruit through the agency's Attorney General’s Honors Program, serving as the sole Attorney Advisor to four immigration judges at the Detroit Immigration Court. She obtained her J.D.,cum laude, from Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, Michigan, where she also earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in Anthropology and Asian Studies. During law school, Chelsea served as a Student Attorney at the Wayne Law Asylum and Immigration Law Clinic.
Chelsea has volunteered her legal services at various citizenship clinics across Michigan, and presently coordinates with non-profit organizations to render low-bono legal services to victims of domestic violence.
Both attorneys specialize in complex cases from business immigration to family sponsorship, and develop integrated strategies for every stage of a case. Zainab has expertise in drafting petitions and applications and directing the compilation of convincing evidence for obtaining EB-1 multinational executive/manager immigrant visas and L-1A nonimmigrant intracompany transferee executive/manager visas for small and large companies. On the family-based visa side, her expertise includes handling complex family-based immigrant petitions for cases which involve the Adam Walsh Act and marriage fraud bars, or which involve the compilation of extensive relationship and familial history documentation. Chelsea has expertise in executing the PERM process from ad drafting through audit; drafting EB-1 outstanding researcher immigrant petitions, L-1B nonimmigrant intracompany transferee petitions for employees with specialized knowledge, and TN nonimmigrant applications for Canadian and Mexican citizens; and coaching clients through the naturalization process, from the filing of the N-400 application for U.S. citizenship to the final interview with an immigration officer.
Pallavi Davé received her J.D. from John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois, an M.S. in Criminal Justice from Marshall University in Huntington, WV and a B.A. in Psychology from St. Xavier’s College, Gujarat University, India. She was an Associate Justice at the John Marshall Law School Moot Court Honors Program. She has interned at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) – Chicago field office as well as the Chicago Immigration Court. Ms. Dave is an active member of American Immigration Lawyers Association. Ms. Dave is a US immigrant, and has experienced the complexity of obtaining her Green Card and US citizenship first hand, so she understands an immigrant’s anxiety.
The Law Office of Pallavi Davé has filed several petitions for various visa categories. Each application is carefully prepared to match the job requirements and applicant’s qualifications. Ms. Davé has a reputation for providing personalized and professional services. Ms. Davé provides client-focused services at reasonable fees.
Rupal G Kothari
1250 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington
Rupal G. Kothari is a graduate of the American University – Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C. She received her bachelors degree in International Relations and French language and literature from The Johns Hopkins University. During her undergraduate studies, she also completed coursework at the Institut D’Etudes Politiques and Université de Paris-Sorbonne (Paris-IV) in Paris, France. In August 1996, Ms. Kothari joined the D.C. law firm of Carliner and Remes, P.C., where she developed specialization in the areas of business and employment-based immigration and consular processing. She has handled several major defense to deportation/removal cases before the immigration courts in Arlington, Virginia and Baltimore, Maryland. In November 1998, she left Carliner and Remes, P.C. to establish her own practice. Ms. Kothari has lectured in the areas of immigration and nationality law as well as solo practice management. She contributed to the Virginia State Bar brochure entitled “Immigration and Naturalization Law and Procedure” which is a concise overview of immigration law including recent changes in immigration legislation. Ms. Kothari is a member of both the Maryland and District of Columbia Bars. In 2000, she served as the President of the Indian American Bar Association of the District of Columbia (IABA-DC) . Ms. Kothari served as a faculty member of the University of Maryland University College where she taught Immigration Law. Ms. Kothari is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). Ms. Kothari is fluent in French, Italian, Gujarati (an Indian language) and conversational in Danish.
3900 University Dr #100, Fairfax
As a first generation American, Attorney Beeraj Patel understands firsthand through life experience the struggles of all those who are entangled at any stage of the immigration process. He knows how difficult it can be for talented individuals coming from other nations to negotiate through the complicated and even daunting immigration system of the United States. This shared connection aids Beeraj in constantly improving his services as an immigration attorney. In addition to being an attorney, Mr. Patel is the featured writer on www.fairfaximmigrationfirm.com and www.fairfaxbankruptcylaw.com, where he blogs about immigration and bankruptcy law respectively.
Beeraj Patel’s philosophy is simple – make it easy for talented and ambitious individuals to have access to immigration materials so that they can make the choice which is right for them. This philosophy has been incorporated into Beeraj’s professional immigration law firm, where he promotes an open dialogue and clear communication between attorney and client.
Beeraj’s academic foundation is as reputable as it is practical. He received his B.S. in Economics from the prestigious University of Virginia and then went onto UVA’s John Marshall Law School, where he ranked #1 in his first year and graduated in the top 10% of the ’98 class overall.
Following graduation, Beeraj spent three years working as a project manager in the IT world, which provided valuable experience in the world of IT immigration and business immigration.
Taking his immigration law experience gained in Chicago; Beeraj changed positions, becoming the head counsel and immigration attorney for an IT company located in Northern Virginia. Due to the nature of the business and the high concentration of foreign nationals on staff, he learned the “ins” and “outs” of employment based immigration issues, making him an even more well-rounded immigration attorney.
In 2007, Beeraj founded Nong Dua & Patel as a principal partner. Practicing out of Fairfax City, Beeraj represented both businesses and universities of all sizes, in all their immigration needs. In this role, Beeraj’s talents as a Fairfax immigration attorney developed even further. Through his growing practice, Beeraj gained experience that can’t be bought, successfully working on over 1000 individual H1-B cases and over 500 individual PERM cases. But the breadth of his abilities extends even further, incorporating a substantial amount of J-1, L-1 and E Visas (including EB5 investor visas). Over these years of practice, he has also become more than acquainted with the process of planning an initial PERM application, as well as guiding his clients through the entire Green Card process.
Although he practices immigration law professionally, Beeraj has not forgotten his roots and the hardship his parents had to endure in order to give him the wonderful opportunities he has had in his life. It is these memories which remind him to share his talents – especially with those who are eager and anxious to take a bold new step into their future.
Fairfax immigration attorney, Beeraj Patel, Esq. serves a wide array of clientele. With extensive experience setting up business models for hiring foreign nationals, structure response to requests for evidence (RFE), drafting/enforcing employment agreements and even noncompetes on employees who join end clients or direct vendors without authority or notice.
His approach towards practicing immigration law is both meticulous and systematic – always aimed towards generating the best possible outcome for his clients. He applies these well crafted and timed tested skills to the areas of family immigration and business immigration. His experience in the field of immigration law makes him a competent expert and his life experiences make him a genuine advocate.
603 Stewart St, Seattle
Akshat excels in providing diligent advocacy and simplified immigration solutions to budding entrepreneurs, established companies, and growing families.
Akshat represents clients in a variety of nonimmigrant and immigrant visa matters, including visas for trainees, interns, investors, specialty occupation temporary workers, intracompany transferees, athletes and entertainment groups, and religious workers, as well as immigrant petitions for companies and self-petitioners. He also helps permanent residents preserve their status and become naturalized citizens. An equally satisfying aspect of Akshat’s practice is reuniting families by obtaining visas for spouses, parents, fiancés, and visitors.
Akshat emigrated from India and is a naturalized United States citizen. He has lived on four continents and speaks five languages: English, Gujarati, Hindi, Spanish, and Catalan. He is a member of the Rotary Club of Bellevue, a former board member of the South Asian Bar Association of Washington, and a pro bono attorney for the Eastside Legal Assistance Program.
In the spare time he finds from raising his two boys with his wife, Akshat is an ardent follower of the tactics, culture, and business of soccer/fútbol.
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Sunil C Patel
5529 N Henry Blvd #300, Stockbridge
Our firm's journey is not unlike that of many foreign nationals wishing to immigrate to the United States. We too have struggled, had setbacks and have spent years wondering if the pursuit of the American Dream was attainable. We have grappled with immigration rules and regulations on a personal level. We now spend our days helping individuals, families and companies overcome those same barriers to success.
I have dedicated my career to representing individuals, families and corporations in their immigration matters. Previously a managing attorney and immigration attorney with an established multinational law firm, I started my own boutique immigration law firm in late 2014.
Lucy Lu is the Managing Partner in Lucy Lu & Associate's Corporate and Business Immigration practices, based in Tennessee and Georgia.
Ms. Lu's practice encompasses all aspects of business immigration, intellectual property, entertainment law, international business, restructuring and mergers and acquisitions, with a core focus in the high-tech, entertainment, media, franchise, real estate, and manufacturing sectors. Ms. Lu is recognized by international investors as a leading attorney in Investment Immigration. Ms. Lu has also developed specific experience in mergers and acquisitions, restructuring and private equity transactions for public and private international companies. In addition to her passion towards the practice of law, Ms. Lu is also zealous over all kinds of high technologies. She is an inventor and an entrepreneur in transportation optimization. Ms. Lu has a solid understanding of state-of-the-art technologies in all research areas. She has successfully assisted many extraordinary artists and scientists in fulfilling their American dreams.
8838 Horner St, Los Angeles
A graduate of Southwestern Law School, Trupti has dedicated her academic and professional career to helping navigate the challenges of the immigration system. In law school, Trupti worked with the University’s Immigration Law Clinic to assist the underprivileged with their immigration matters. After law school, Trupti worked as an Attorney at Scott Global Migration Law Group, in Chicago, where her main focus was on business and personal immigration. Currently, Trupti works as an attorney at the Law Offices of T. S. Patel and the Law Office of Kevin Levine. She has handled everything from complex Request for Evidences, to National Interest Waivers, to Intracompany Transfers, to Extraordinary Ability Visas, to Marriage Based Green Cards. She is thorough and detail oriented. Trupti treats each case with compassion and care and understands that immigration matters are extremely personal in nature. Trupti is licensed to practice law in Illinois.
Being an immigrant myself and having personally gone through the F-1, H-1B and Labor Certification loops, and the anxiety and delays associated with these, I can understand the questions and concerns of the foreign-born clients better than most other professionals who have not undergone such experiences personally.
I have very successfully handled hundreds of employment-based and business related visa matters, among other immigration matters. My primary emphasis is on the professionals and the business communities both in India and the U.S.
We have fully-staffed offices in the U.S. and INDIA, with affiliates in different parts of both countries.
NPZ Law Group, P.C. (formerly, Nachman & Associates, P.C.) provides Global Immigration Law Services for large and small businesses, universities, and health care institutions and organizations in a variety of industrial sectors. Our immigration lawyers and immigration specialist staff members are respected for setting high standards and providing reasonable fees through their day-to-day work with clients throughout the United States and abroad. We provide H-1B nonimmigrant work visas to highly skilled foreign national workers.
We provide O-1 nonimmigrant visas for artists, entertainers and musicians. We have been and continue to be instrumental with assisting Bollywood Satrs, Directors and Producers with transfers to the U.S. and to Canada. We provide religious visas (R-1) for religious organizations throughout the world. We provide temporary and permanent work permits for highly skilled labor using PERM. We provide investor visa application services and we also provide green cards through the investment process (EB-5 and E-2).
We provide green card counseling to employers and how to deal with the nuances of the PERM labor certification process. We also provide green cards for Researchers and for Exceptional Workers and Nurses. We also provide green cards for Multinational Executives and Business Transferees. We provide outbound immigration law services to Canada and to other select countries throughout the world.
We provide global business immigration law services to businesses of all sizes across the U.S. and throughout the world. We provide Form I-9 Employment Verification Training for employers throughout the U.S. We also provide E-Verify and Social Security No-Match Training. Our staff members speak a variety of foreign languages and they continue to provide prompt and personal service(s) to clients. We also assist with removal, marriage cases, family-based immigration law practice and consular processing worldwide.
David H. Nachman was born in New York and is a lifetime resident of New Jersey. Following his admission to practice, Mr. Nachman was employed for three years with one of New Jersey's largest law firms in Newark, New Jersey, in Corporate and Business Law Department. Here, Mr. Nachman engaged in the business immigration law practice and he assisted with general corporate compliance and commercial litigation.
Mr. Nachman, along with other firm attorneys, worked on such cases as Berger vs. Berger (a landmark decision regarding the interpretation of what constitutes a minority shareholder pursuant to the New Jersey Business Corporation Act) and Wolley vs. Hoffman-LaRoche (a landmark decision in the employment law arena concerning the legal and contractual implications arising from an employment handbook). Mr. Nachman also successfully completed nonimmigrant and immigrant visa applications for national and international businesses of all sizes in many industries then joined another premier New Jersey law firm located Middletown.
Here Mr. Nachman served as an attorney in the Corporate/Business Law Department, where he was engaged in commercial and environmental defense litigation as well as securities regulation and contracts interpretation and drafting. Mr. Nachman continued to practice business immigration law for small and mid-sized businesses both in and outside of New Jersey.
Mr. Nachman is a member of the Bar of Bergen County, the State of New Jersey, the United States Court of International Trade, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Mr. Nachman is a Board Member of the New Jersey Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyer's Association (“AILA”), and serves as an active member and a mentor to national AILA members on various topics. Mr. Nachman has appeared twice on New Jersey News Channel 12 as a recognized authority in the Business and Corporate Immigration Law arena. Mr. nachman and Mr. Phulwani have a weekly Television Show on ITV and TV Asia about Immigration and Legal Affairs.
Mr. Nachman is widely published and he serves as an Adjunct Professor of Paralegal Studies at Farleigh Dickinson University and at Bergen Community College where he teaches Immigration and Nationality Law. Mr. Nachman, on an annual basis, moderates the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education (“NJICLE”) program entitled "The ABC's of Immigration Law." In addition to the foregoing, he has presented Continuing Legal Education Programs for organizations such as CELESQ, Sterling Educational Services and The U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”), The Employers’ Association of New Jersey (“EANJ”) and Society of Human Resource Management (“SHRM”).
As an undergraduate at Georgetown University, Mr. Nachman served as an Assistant Legislative Correspondent in the Office of Senator Bill Bradley on Capitol Hill. He also served in the office of the United States Attorney in Cleveland. In June, 1993, Mr. Nachman founded Nachman & Associates, P.C.
In 1999, Mr. Nachman temporarily served as the Chair of the Business Immigration Law Department for Premier New Jersey Labor & Employment Law Firm and then Mr. Nachman returned to private practice at Nachman & Associates, P.C. The Law Firm is now called the "NPZ Law Group, P.C." following the consolidation in October, 2011 of N&A with the Law Offices of Michael Phulwani (Maywood, NJ, Jackson Heights, NY and Mumbai, India).
NPZ Law Group, P.C. offers its clients assistance with outbound immigration solutions to Canada and an affiliated offices "on the ground" in India. To assist with our clients' growing needs in the expanding global marketplace, the NPZ Law Group, P.C. assists with inbound and outbound immigration law to help global mobility and HR staff in small, mid-sized and large corporate organizations. For more information about our services, please feel free to e-mail us at email@example.com or call us at 201-670-0006 (x100).