Naresh M Gehi specializes in immigration law. He is the founding partner of the law firm, Gehi & Associates, in Forest Hills, New York. In his active trial practice, he focuses on arguing complex deportation cases. He is an expert at dealing with complicated immigration cases, including H-1Bs, Labor Certifications, I-140s, I-485s, deportation proceedings, and family-based petitions.
In one of his most difficult cases, client’s name and birth date resembled with that of a suspected terrorist. He won the case against the FBI and assisted his client in successfully obtaining a green card.
Naresh Gehi provides immigration advice to big corporations as well as individuals seeking to resolve their immigration matters. He has acquired the license to practice law in the Eastern and Southern District of New York, the State of Connecticut, and the Court of Appeals.
He earned Juris Doctor from the New Law College in 1993. He went on to earn his Master of Laws (LL.M) from the University of Georgia School of Law in 1995. Former administrative judge, Jeffrey M. Gottlieb, Esq., employed him for about six years. He sharpened his skills in immigration law while working there.
He is an active member of the corporate committee of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He has also appeared on its panel called Ask the Experts and answered questions on immigration laws. He has also been a speaker at its New York Chapter. The association selected him to serve on its Federal Practice Committee.
He is also a member of the American Bar Association, the Queens County Bar Association, and the Georgia Society of International and Comparative Law.
Attorney Gehi is a regular speaker at the interactive viewer sessions about immigration matters on several television programs in New York. Many newspapers in New York regularly print his articles on immigration issues.
He has participated as a speaker at the National Press Club in Washington, DC and has testified in the New York State Senate on immigration matters. News outlets such as ABC News, Reuters, CNN, Channel 11 NY, Daily News, New York Post, and Law360.com frequently cite and quote him on immigration matters.
He can speak many languages such as English, Spanish, Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, and Punjabi.
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