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Philadelphia Immigration Attorney

Family and Employment Immigration in Philadelphia

chicago immigration lawyer Hashim Jeelani Our Philadelphia immigration lawyers provide customized solutions to clients nationwide in family and employment immigration cases.

JEELANI LAW FIRM, PLC is a nationwide immigration law practice representing both individuals and businesses across the United States. Our Philadelphia offices are equipped with the latest case management technology, online government filing systems, and certified mail services, enabling us to represent clients throughout the country.

Immigration law is complex, and the federal government’s rigorous investigation processes make it easy for even minor errors to result in severe consequences such as deportation proceedings, permanent bars, and delays or denials of applications, resulting in loss of valuable time and money. Contact our team so we can help you navigate the process, provide clarity on what needs to be done, and represent you through the entire process.

Jeelani Law Firm, PLC

1515 Market Street, Suite 1200,
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Tel: (267) 386-3580

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