CHICAGO BUSINESS LAW ATTORNEYS
THE LAW OFFICES OF KAMELI AND ASSOCIATES, P.C.
TRUSTED GUIDANCE FOR CORPORATE, EMPLOYMENT & IMMIGRATION LAW IN CHICAGO
The Law Offices of Kameli and Associates is a Chicago based law firm, dedicated to providing help to our clients facing a variety of legal situations. We are proud that our clients have constantly put trust in our indisputably flawless services and being satisfied with the level of our services, they have referred national and international clients to our law firm.
Our skilled team of lawyers advise clients through a range of complex legal services, including corporate and business legal issues, general business law disputes, employment law matters, and various immigration solutions. Individuals’ trust in our services has not happened overnight as it is the fruit of our labor, dedication, and perseverance during over two decades of solid experience. There is no reason to hesitate before giving us a call. We are here to help you find a positive resolution.
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With a track record of positive client interactions, you can rely on Kameli & Associates, P.C. to help defend your rights and promote your business interests.
The Law Offices of Kameli & Associates are
Experienced, Compassionate, and Dedicated
At the Law Offices of Kameli & Associates, P.C., we take pride in our work, and our tradition of excellence has long been a factor in attracting the best and brightest legal talent to our firm. Our attorneys possess significant business experience and education in addition to their legal training.
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OUR LATEST BLOGS
By Taher Kameli and Chathan Vemuri The switch to virtual learning in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic has been a process of adjustment
By Taher Kameli and Chathan Vemuri The Illinois legislature has forwarded a bill to Governor J.B. Pritzker that, if passed, would go far in
By Taher Kameli and Chathan Vemuri In a move that is sure to be welcomed by many in both the immigrant community and law