A Comprehensive Immigration Law Firm

Professional and Experienced Immigration Lawyer

You've Come to The Right Place

If you are looking for an immigration law attorney that knows what he is doing, will treat you with respect, where you will be more than just a case number, and will handle your immigration case professionally and diligently at a reasonable cost; then you have come to the right place.


Attorney Aomer Mohamed is an immigrant himself, his life revolves around immigration law. He has successfully litigated numerous cases before the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services), in Immigration Court, with the BIA (Board of Immigration Appeals), at the NVC (National Visa Center), and various U.S. Consulates.


Our Practice Areas

Removal Defense (Deportation)

Removal is an administrative proceeding whereby the federal government attempts to remove a non-citizen from the United States and return that person to his or her native country. Once in removal proceedings, the non-citizen must present his or her defense in immigration court.

Family-Based Petitions

Family immigration is the primary basis for legal immigration to the United States. Under current immigration law, U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents (LPRs) can sponsor certain family members for a visa that provides permanent residence, also known as a “green card.”

Consular Processing

Consular processing is the procedure of applying for an immigrant visa (green card) through a U.S. embassy or consulate in a foreign country.

U.S. Citizenship

There are four main ways to obtain U.S. citizenship: citizenship by birth in the U.S., citizenship through derivation, citizenship through acquisition, and citizenship through naturalization.

Asylum & Humanitarian Based Relief

Humanitarian based relief provides protection to those in need of aide from natural disasters, those who suffer persecution at the hands of a foreign government, individuals displaced by civil war, and many other circumstances.

Employment Authorization Document (EAD)

U.S. employers must check to make sure all employees, regardless of citizenship or national origin, are allowed to work in the United States. Having an Employment Authorization Document (Form I-766/EAD) is one way to prove that you are allowed to work in the United States for a specific time period.

Crimmigration (Immigration Consequence of Criminal Arrest or conviction)

Immigration and Criminal law were seen as separate bodies of law. Due to changing case and legislative laws as well as law enforcement trends, these two areas have intersected when it involves persons who are not U.S. citizens and have been convicted of or charged with a crime.

BIA & AAO Appeals

The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) is the highest administrative body for interpreting and applying immigration laws. Petitioners and applicants for certain categories of immigration benefits may appeal an unfavorable decision to the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO).

What our clients Say

Aomer Mohamed is an excellent attorney and a great person it was huge pleasure working with him. He helped us a lot and was very knowledgeable and professional. 


S.S. & G.B.

Adjustment of Status Clients

Mr. Mohamed helped me close my case in immigration court. I was afraid of deportation but Mr. Mohamed was able to show the Judge that ICE was wrong. He then assisted me to get my citizenship. I am grateful to him for keeping me with my kids.



Removal Defense Client