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Attorney On Air is a unique educational application which offers 24/7 online audio, video and written information on the latest immigration and debt settlement news. The application covers all aspects of immigration laws with focus on the South Asian and employment immigration problems such as EB permanent residence, H1B visas, L visas, National Interest Waivers, marriage petitions, asylums, deportation and social issues related to the subject. Attorney on air also provides valuable educational information about California debt settlement issues from a law firm’s perspective regarding credit card debts, second loans and HELOC settlements.
What is interesting with this application is that it is brought to you by the Shah Peerally Law Group PC and its extensive experience in both areas of law. The law group has an excellent track record in obtaining non-immigrant and immigrant visas for thousands of individuals and families. Attorney Shah Peerally has been rated among the top immigration attorneys on Avvo.com and his work has been commended by Congress people such as Nancy Pelosi and Barbara Lee. His work has appeared on major TV networks and publications in the United States and abroad.
Attorney Hasan Abdullah who is one of the immigration managing attorney of the law firm has proven one of the best immigration lawyers in California dealing successfully with difficult EB1, National Interest Waivers, H1B, L1 issues and also with the infamous INA 221(g) among many other complicated immigration issues. The application will also give his input on several current immigration issues facing the community.
In all, the application will make it easy for professionals and non professionals to be aware of some of the latest trends in certain legal fields with their social implications. Designed by Birbals.com, the Shah Peerally Law Group PC with this application hopes through this innovative endeavor to assist the immigrant and non immigrant communities to achieve their path to citizenship and re-adjust their financial status to live a happy life in the United States.