Renee Dagher
Renee is a well-respected immigration attorney with over 20 years of professional legal experience. She has served in private practice since 2004, following 10 years of service with a southeast Michigan immigration law firm.

She specializes in employment-based immigration issues, labor
certifications and citizenship, helping corporations, businesses and
educational institutions fulfill their requirements for staffing overseas professionals, including immigration matters for family members, too.
She is well-versed in working with various immigration agencies, including US Citizenship and Immigration Services, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement and US Customs and Border Protection.

She earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Detroit, School of Law and a Bachelor's of Arts in Social Science from Michigan State University, where she participated in several overseas study programs to Germany, Italy and China. She also served as an immigration coordinator and attorney for the Archdiocese of Detroit.

Renee is highly-regarded within the community for her contributions and leadership within civic organizations. She has earned a reputation amongst her colleagues as a results-driven attorney, who helps clients identify overall goals with long-term vision and has the patience to contend with the complex realm of immigration law.

Renee is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Michigan Bar Association and Muslim Bar Association, and is admitted to practice in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

She frequently travels to national conferences to stay abreast of ever- changing aspects of immigration and citizenship issues, to best serve the
needs of her diverse client base.
Reem Khraizat

Reem Khraizat is a solo practitioner of immigration law. 

She has broad experience litigating removal and deportation cases before the Executive Office of Immigration Review. 

Before forming the Law Office of Reem I. Khraizat P.C., Ms. Khraizat spent 4 years at Montagut & Sobral P.C. as an associate attorney responsible for Immigration Court appearances before the Executive Office of Immigration Review in Baltimore, Maryland and Arlington, Virginia.

Ms. Khraizat began her career with internships with the Legal Aid and Defenders Association INC in Detroit and the Detroit Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild. Ms. Khraizat received her Juris Doctor from Wayne State University, Law School in 1999 and her Bachelors of Arts from Michigan State University, James Madison College in 1994. 

She is a member of the Michigan Bar Association, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association. 

She is admitted to practice in the Circuit Court for the County of Wayne. Reem Khraizat frequently handles pro bono cases on behalf of immigrants that are vulnerable and in need of counsel.