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Thanks to her personal experiences as an immigrant from Syria, Nancy Maarraoui brings a compassionate and sympathetic approach to her immigration law practice. By having first-hand experience with the immigration system, Nancy gained insights into its complexity, which made her “passionate about assisting others in going through the process.” After studying sociology and political science as an undergraduate, she decided on law school where she worked as a student attorney with the Asylum and Immigration Law Clinic (AILC) where she handled humanitarian-based immigration cases.
At FGI, Nancy have been handling H1Bs, L1s, and employment based I-140 immigrant petitions for clients in the information technology (IT) domain. She enjoys helping her clients to meet their talent mobility objectives. As she says, “I am very passionate about employment-based immigration because of its role in spurring economic growth and innovation in the United States.”
A graduate of the University of Michigan-Flint and the Wayne State University Law School, Nancy is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the Federal Bar Association, and the National Arab American Bar Association. She is licensed by the State Bar of Michigan. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, jogging, and cooking. Asked to summarize her approach to legal immigration is “to strive towards getting a favorable outcome for clients and making sure they are comfortable through along the way.”