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Aljijakli, Kosseff & Prendergast, LLC is a full service immigration law firm with offices in Cleveland, Ohio and New York City. The firm specializes in all aspects of immigration law with an emphasis on family-based immigration, asylum, complex deportation and removal cases; and employment-based immigration. We also handle U.S. embassy and consulate process, U.S. citizenship and naturalization, waivers of inadmissibility, detention and bond, federal court litigation, non-immigrant visas (including student visas and reinstatement of status), and employment-based visas.

The firm represents clients nationwide before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), immigration courts and federal courts throughout the country, Board of Immigration Appeals, Customs and Border Protection, Department of Labor, and U.S. Consulates worldwide.

Our attorneys are seasoned litigators who have successfully represented hundreds of immigrants in a variety of immigration matters. We are uniquely qualified to help you solve even the most complex of immigration problems, whether you are appearing before an immigration judge or seeking assistance with a family-based immigration application. At Aljijakli, Kosseff & Prendergast, LLC, you will receive the high level of personal attention that your case deserves while working closely with skilled, reliable, and trustworthy lawyers to resolve your immigration challenge.
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Cleveland, Ohio Office (Solon)
Aljijakli, Kosseff & Prendergast, LLC
33790 Bainbridge Rd.
Suite 209
Cleveland, OH 44139
Phone: (440) 519-1979 (Attorney Aljijakli's Office)
Phone: (216) 352-3452 (Attorney Prendergast's office)
Fax: (440) 499-7181

New York City Office (Union Square)
Aljijakli, Kosseff & Prendergast, LLC
817 Broadway
4th Floor
New York, NY 10003
Phone: (347) 669-1629
Fax: (347) 694-8333

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