Description: Akanksha Kalra, Esquire has a law practice focused exclusively in the area of U.S. Immigration and Nationality law and provides legal representation to businesses and individuals throughout the United States.
1767 Sentry Parkway West
Suite 311 Blue Bell, Pennsylvania 19422 - U.S. Office: 215-542-4905 Mobile: 610-275-1110 Fax: 215-542-0199 Website: www.akaimmigration.com Contact: Ms. Akanksha Kalra, Esquire, Attorney
Berd & Klauss, PLLC - Immigration Law Firm
Description: Berd & Klauss is a full service immigration law firm specializing in corporate immigration, deportation defense, and family immigration. The attorneys are experienced members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Description: Challa Law Office is run by an Indian Attorney, devoted to Immigration Services.
The Challa Law Office have expertise in Visas and Green Cards.We assist Companys,Individuals and Institutions in complying with Immigration requirements os USCIS,DOS,DOL
11616 Queens Blvd.
Suite 295 Forest Hills, New York 11375 - U.S. Office: 718-261-4200 Website: www.ChandraLawNY.com Contact: Arun Chandra
Description: Diaz Reus’s mission is simple – to provide our domestic and international clientele with a comprehensive range of preeminent, innovative, sophisticated and cost-efficient legal services. For us, the sun never sets.
100 S.E. Second Street
Suite 2600 Miami, Florida 33131 - U.S. Office: 305-375-9220 Website: diazreus.com Contact: Mr. Sumeet Chugani, Attorney Contact: Sumeet Chugani, 33131
Description: We are a South Florida law firm focusing primarily on bankruptcy and foreclosure defense. Our other key practice areas include criminal defense, small business services, wills, trusts and probate.
300 S Pine Island Rd, Suite 205 Plantation, Florida 33324 - U.S. Office: 954-769-0745 Website: www.FaruquiLawFirm.com Contact: Mohammad Faruqui, Esq.
Description: Assistance on Immigration. Our greencard lawyers in Houston provide excellent advices and legal assistance on Immigration and also help them achieve permanent residency in the United States without letting them experience the plight.