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Kuck Immigration Partners Welcomes Hiba Ghalib as a Partner

Kuck Immigration Partners is pleased to announce that Hiba Ghalib, Esq, has been named a New Partner, effective March 10, 2016.  With the addition of Ms. Ghalib, Kuck Immigration Partners now has 4 partners, 5 associates and more than 20 paralegals and legal assistants.

Ms. Ghalib has decade of experience in immigration law and enjoys a reputation as a leading immigration attorney in Atlanta, Georgia. A graduate of the University of Michigan and Wayne State University Law School, Ms. Ghalib guides families through the immigration process and assists with both consular processing and applications for family members already in the United States. Ms. Ghalib represents clients in complex deportation and removal defense. Ms. Ghalib also works with employers in leading them through the proper processing of hiring and employing foreign nationals. She routinely advises companies regarding compliance with regard to immigration laws and regulations, and works hand-in-hand with investors in navigating the complex EB-5 immigrant investor program.  She works frequently with refugees from Syria, Iraq and other parts of the Middle East, assisting them in resettlement and in the filing of asylum applications. Ms. Ghalib is a member of the Middle Eastern Interest Group (MEIG) and serves on the Board of Directors of the Islamic Speakers Bureau. Ms. Ghalib is a volunteer attorney for the International Refugee Assistance Project and is a member of the Michigan Bar Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association. She is also fluent in Arabic.  

Ms. Ghalib can be reached at hghalib@immigration.net or at 404-949-8164. 

“We are very excited to be able to call Hiba Ghalib a partner in our firm.  She brings a level of experience and insight that further expands our ability to represent our clients locally, nationally, and globally,” said Charles Kuck, Managing Partner of the firm. 

Kuck Immigration Partners LLC, along with its managing partner, Charles Kuck, is ranked as one of the America’s premier immigration law firms.   We provide global immigration services to our wide range of clients including large and small businesses, investors, families, and individuals in all areas of immigration law, including visa processing, green cards, immigration employer compliance, immigrant and non-immigrant visas, family and juvenile immigration matters, removal defense, asylum, and federal court immigration litigation.  All of our partners, attorneys and staff are dedicated to providing exceptional service and high quality legal representation at affordable prices for our clients around the world. 


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