Dev Kayal, ESQ., of Dojo Law has been practicing United States Immigration Law since 1996. At Dojo Law, your immigration case is not just simply another case file; we realize that the application we are filing on your behalf represents your “American Dream.”
Immigration Lawyers in Maryland and District of Columbia
Why Choose Dojo Law for Immigration Law?
Dojo Law has over 25 years of experience practicing United States Immigration Law. Our firm stays up-to-date on the ever evolving laws and regulations regarding immigration law.
Dojo Law provides individualized attention, careful planning, and meticulous attention to detail when it comes to your immigration case. We know you’ve worked hard to get to this point, and we want to work just as hard on your behalf to ensure your hard work pays off!
Who We Represent?
Throughout our 25+ years of practicing Immigration Law, the firm has represented clients across a vast swathe of industry fields. We have represented clients in the past who have worked in:
- Construction and Construction Management
- Hospitals and Medical Centers
- Health Providers
- Engineering Firms
- Information Technology
- Non-Profit Firms
- Higher Education Institutions
How Dojo Law Can Help Your Immigration Case
Your immigration lawyer needs to be capable of representing you, the client, in the courts. Dojo Law has dozens of years of experience in practicing law, including immigration law, in federal courts.
These experiences include litigating cases in the U.S. District Courts in Washington, D.C. and Maryland, the U.S. Courts of Appeal in the Fourth Circuit, and D.C. Circuit. We have also successfully represented clients in Immigration Courts, including extreme hardship cases, adjustment cases, cancellation cases, and other removal order cases.
Dojo Law: Immigration Lawyers in Washington, D.C. and Maryland
Looking for the best immigration lawyers in Maryland and Washington, D.C.? Contact Dojo Law to learn more about how our firm can help with your specific immigration situation and schedule a no obligation case review today.