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Abbas Law PLLC LAWYERS

155 N. Upper Wacker Dr #4250, IL , chicago, USA - 60606
(312) 803-3667
Farah@AbbasLawFirm.com
www.AbbasLawFirm.com
LAWYERS

DC OFFICE
1155 F Street NW Suite 1050
Washington, DC 20004, USA
By Appointment Only
(202) 854-0709

EDUCATION
• The George Washington University Law School (J.D.)
• New York University (B.S., Finance)

Farah S. Abbas, the Owner of Abbas Law PLLC, is a highly sought-after attorney based in Chicago, IL. Ms. Abbas has served individuals and businesses throughout the country and the world and has helped hundreds achieve their legal goals. Through the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program, Ms. Abbas has assisted clients in placing over $200 million in funding for major mixed-use construction and critical infrastructure projects across the United States. Her expertise, dedication to excellent customer service, and attention to detail have enabled her to successfully represent over 300 individual investors who have obtained green cards through the EB-5 program.
Ms. Abbas is the co-author of “Finding the TEA: ‘Targeted Employment Area’ Required to Claim Minimum Investment under the EB-5 Visa Rules,” a chapter in a leading guide book Immigration Options for Investors & Entrepreneurs. She has spoken at EB-5 industry gatherings and often gives counsel to other attorneys on EB-5 requirements and best practices.
Ms. Abbas also has professional experience on Wall Street, having previously worked at one of the leading investment banks in the world, Merrill Lynch. This background in finance has given her a broad vantage point to guide clients through complex corporate and securities law issues.
Simply put, Ms. Abbas knows what it takes to serve her clients, and she makes sure that what it takes gets done. She will personally work on her clients’ legal matters from start to finish, checking that every last detail is accurate and presented in the best possible way to accomplish the stated objective.
Farah S. Abbas is admitted to practice law in Virginia. Her legal practice is limited to matters of federal law.

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