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Rami D. Fakhoury Immigration Law


Mr. Fakhoury is an equity member of the Alliance of Business Immigration Attorneys (ABIL), the largest and most prestigious global immigration law consortium in the world. The Fakhoury Law Group, an “AV rated” law firm, recently recognized as Global Immigration Law Firm of the year for excellence by Corporate INTL, provides a full range of immigration services for clients involved in international recruiting, and is able to procure visa and work permits to more than 80 countries. Rami Fakhoury, an expert in Corporate


Immigration, focuses on streamlining the immigration process for experts in information technology, engineering, health care, investments, and academics. Fakhoury is an international lecturer and fellow for the Center for International Legal Studies (CILS), and member of the prestigious immigration section of the International Bar Association. He is one of only 400 immigration attorneys worldwide to be designated by Who’s Who International, Corporate Immigration Law, and London, U.K. In addition, he’s also been recognized by Who’s Who Legal, a publication of Law Business Research Ltd and as global immigration attorney of the year by Finance Magazine International.


Fakhoury recently released his second book, titled Fighting Back: Advanced Strategies in U.S. Business-based Immigration Law, and is managing editor of the Consular Processing guide published by ILW.


Contact:


Rami Fakhoury Fakhoury Law Group


3290 W. Big Beaver Rd., Suite 510 Troy, MI 48084 248-643-4900


www.employmentimmigration.com


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