“Trust is built when someone is vulnerable and not taken advantage of.” –Bob Vanourek, Author of Triple Crown Leadership
Put the CCSK Immigration Team to Work for You
Immigration is confusing and can be overwhelming. If you have an immigration issue, it is important to have someone on your side, who understands your concerns, and knows how to help you reach your goals.
To make matters worse, many people with Immigration issues pay thousands of dollars to people who say they can help. However, they may not actually explain options, and, sometimes, they do not do anything – taking advantage of a client’s lack of knowledge of how or fear to file a complaint.
The CCSK Immigration Team is Different.
They have all personally experienced the Immigration’s legal challenges. Additionally, they have each worked people seeking help. They know it is personal. More importantly, they know it is not easy to ask for help. For some, it is a fear of exposure. For others, it is a fear of the expense. The Team works to build your trust, is upfront about options and expenses, and works with you to understand how to move forward.
Contact The Team today to get started. Call (219) 200-3902 or complete the form to get started
toward finding your answers.
Associate Licensed in Illinois Tersiet is bilingual, fluent in Amharic, the working language of Ethiopia.
Nesreen J. Said, JD
“I am a first generation Muslim Arab-American, and I understand how difficult the immigration process can be. My experiences helped me gain the necessary skills to eliminate the frustration of the client during their immigration process. The less frustration my client has the better focus he or she has for their future.” – Nesreen J. Said
Nesreen J. Said is an immigration law clerk at CCSK law. She has worked extensively in matters dealing with removal proceeding, prosecutorial discretion, asylum, adjustment of status, and naturalization.
During law school, Ms. Said was a student representative at the Valparaiso Immigration Law Clinic. She represented a family seeking asylum and an individual seeking a 212h waiver. She also worked as a paralegal for six years in an immigration law office before enrolling in law school. Moreover, she assisted many of her family members in their immigration matters.
She earned her J.D. in 2016 from Valparaiso Law School, and her B.A. in 2011 from University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).