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Virginia, Maryland, Washington D.C., Pennsylvania, New Jersey, West Virginia and Delaware

Ahmad & Associates — U.S. Immigration Attorneys

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Ahmad & Associates is a full-service U.S. immigration law firm. Our immigration attorneys have over 25 years of combined legal experience. Our focus is primarily on immigration law. We also handle federal and state criminal defense. See all practice areas.

Ahmad & Associates takes an innovative, problem-solving approach to resolving legal matters for our clients. With our personal service and attorneys licensed in several states, we handle all matters personally yet professionally.

Based in Northern Virginia, we work with clients in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Washington D.C., nationwide, as well as internationally. We speak Spanish, Urdu, French, Hindi, Arabic and can make arrangements to have an interpreter available for many other languages.

We welcome you to contact us to schedule a consultation.

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Attorney Anser Ahmad has over 20 years of legal experience in federal and state litigation, as well as in the fields of immigration law, federal criminal defense, and appellate litigation. Mr. Ahmad handles all aspects of immigration law, including b… Read More

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