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Turkish Lawyer Near Me - Sadi Berk Suner
Sadi Berk Suner Kusadasi, Aydin
Bankruptcy and Debt, Business, Family
2 years licensed
+90 555 481 13 42
Sadi graduated from Marmara University Istanbul. He worked in one of the most prestigious law firms in Kusadasi until 2015 after which he established his own firm. We are a dynamic team who are committed to our clients. We consistently apply international standards of transparency and due diligence to our clients’ affairs. Our team are committed to our clients, making us a partner you can trust.
Turkish Lawyers Near Me - Kyce Siddiqi
Kyce Siddiqi Floral Park, NY
Immigration Law, Asylum, US Citizenship
5 years licensed
(646) 930-4488
Immigration Attorney Kyce Siddiqi is the principal attorney and owner of The Law Firm of Kyce Siddiqi. With over a decade of legal, law enforcement and international experience, Mr. Siddiqi applies his unique experience to get the best possible result for his immigration and asylum clients. An immigrant himself, Mr. Siddiqi's focuses his practice in the area of immigration and asylum law. He has represented hundreds of clients in asylum, family-based immigration, naturalization, DACA, and deportation defense. Mr. Siddiqi personally handles his cases and recognizes that every immigration case is unique and different. Feel confident knowing that you are working with a diligent, affordable and compassionate advocate. Mr. Siddiqi is admitted to practice law in Texas and New York as well as multiple U.S. Federal District Courts and is authorized to practice immigration law in all 50 states.
Turkish Attorney Near Me - Giacomo Behar
Giacomo Behar San Diego, CA
H1B Visa, US Citizenship, EB5 Investment Visa
6 years licensed
(619) 234-5962
Fluent in 7 languages, Board Certified Specialist in Immigration & Nationality Law Licensed in CA since 1993

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