Fadi Kayyali, LLM Immigration Specialist
Fadi Kayyali has dedicated his legal career to immigration law. During his 11 years in practice he has successfully obtained hundreds of immigrant and non-immigrant visa petitions. He is widely regarded as an expert in his field and has authored numerous articles regarding legal immigration. Mr. Kayyali, a native of Jordan earned Fadi Kayyali obtained his first law degree at the University of Jordan. Thereafter moved to the United States to partake in the International Legal Society as International Legal Adviser. Mr. Kayyali completed his post graduate degree in law (LL.M) from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Kayyali’s started his legal career in the US in 2003 when he worked for Jones Day Law Firm, one of the most reputable law firms in the US and the world.
Mr. Kayyali dedicated his legal career in immigration law where he handled various non-immigrant and immigrant visa petitions. Mr. Kayyali has over 11 years of extensive immigration experience and wrote hundreds of articles about immigration in different newspapers. Mr. Kayyali is a recognized advocate for those wishing to receive L-1A visas, E-2 visas, EB-5, H-1B, H-2B, B-1 and B-2 Visas, I-140 petition, I-485 petition, VAWA (violence against women act) petitions, F-1 student visas, J-1 student exchange visas, waivers I-601 applications, asylum applications, K-1 and K-3 visas, Eb-2 and Eb-3 applications and NIW (national interest waiver) petitions.
Mr. Kayyali also is a civil right activist, he owns www.civicrights.org and a member of several civil right organizations.
Mr. Kayyali is a member of the American Bar Association, New Jersey Bar Association and Ohio Bar Association as a foreign lawyer .Mr. Kayyali is not licensed to practice law in any civil or criminal matters but he can handle all your immigration paperwork with USCIS. Mr. Kayyali has over 13 years of experience dealing with USCIS and his approval rate is outstanding.
Mr. Kayyali is fluent in English and Arabic.
· Business visa
· Family immigration