Education & Admissions

  • University of Rochester, cum laude (1997)
  • George Washington University Law School (2000)
  • Harvard Law School Program of Instruction for Lawyers (2007).
  • New York, District of Columbia, Virginia and Tennessee
  • Supreme Court of the United States
  • United States District Courts for the District of Columbia, Middle District of Tennessee,
  • Southern District of New York, Eastern District of New York, and the Northern District of Virginia
  • United States Court of International Trade, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal
  • Circuit, and the Federal Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit
  • Licensed advocate in Pakistan

Not Admitted Maryland - Supervised by Maryland Attorney

Recent Successes in Immigration Law

  • Appointed Diversity Chair for the American Immigration Lawyer's Association, D.C. Chapter
  • H1B visa approvals for employees of IT companies, medical professionals, accounting firms and others.
  • L1 intracompany transfer for large Argentinian wine producer.
  • L1 intracompany transfer for U.S. based financial company for the CEO of its offshore affiliate in Pakistan.
  • E2 visa for investor/owner and chef/employee of Korean restaurant in Georgetown.
  • E2 visa for the investor/owner of a medical device related technology company.
  • EB1, extra ordinary ability, green card for Indian Olympic swimmer.
  • Permanent residence applications for spouses and other relatives of US citizens.
  • Citizenship applications for green card holders.


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