218 North Lee Street, Third Floor, Alexandria, Virginia 22314. Phone Number: +1 (703) 209-2355
Jabaly Law’s extensive experience in the complex and largely administrative field of immigration law allows us to help process petitions and applications successfully and as quickly as the process allows.

Immigration Law is a dynamic and constantly changing field that involves meeting a morass of federal requirements and cooperating with different national departments and agencies. Knowing that the immigration process can take years, it is important to work with an experienced lawyer. 

As a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Mr. Jabaly is always up-to-date with changing immigration laws and application procedures. He has successfully represented clients in removal proceedings, naturalization interviews, waivers, employment petitions, adjustment applications, changes of status and family-based petitions. He has similarly advised clients, especially “persons of extraordinary ability” in the medical field, on employment-based petitions and related matters and procedures. 

Jabaly Law helps clients resolve these and other legal matters:
  • Citizenship and Naturalization
  • Green Card
  • Asylum 
  • Temporary Protection Status
  • Deportation or Removal Defense
  • Advance Parole
  • Representation at Immigration Custom Enforcement
  • Temporary Work Visa
  • Immigration Strategies
  • Immigration Litigation and Appeals
  • Change of Nonimmigrant Status
  • Employment-based Immigrant Visas
    • Persons of Extraordinary Ability
    • Aliens of Advanced Degrees, Exceptional Ability
    • Skilled Workers, Professional and Other Workers
    • R Religious Worker Visas
    • EB-1
    • EB-2
    • EB-5 Investor Visas
  • Employment-based Nonimmigrant Visas
    • H-1B Professional Worker Visas
    • L Intra-Company Transfer Visas
    • J Exchange Visitor Visas
    • J1 Waivers
    • R Religious Worker Visas
    • TN Professional Visas
  • Family-based Immigrant Visas
    • Adoption Petitions
    • Fiancé(e) Visas
    • Marriage-based Petitions
    • Relative Petitions
    • Removal of Conditions

“Prior to speaking with Peter I had spent over 6 months attempting to settle and recuperate a significant debt. The concessions I made trying to resolve this dispute on my own had brought me to a point where it was hardly worth continuing to pursue. From a psychological perspective the debt had become less important - I would say I was at a point of trying to recuperate what were sunk costs of time and energy After our first consultation Peter offered to approach the other party with a settlement offer. This was an economical approach I hadn’t considered. I still love this idea from a tactical perspective as it quickly shows how persistent the other party intends to be. While I was surprised they still rejected the settlement, I at least knew that if they wouldn’t respond to Peter they weren’t going to respond to me. Peter outlined my options going forward with accurate expectations and we ended up taking the case to court From prior experience I had the misperception that in most circumstances hiring an attorney often doesn’t end up being the most economical approach. However, even after expenses I ended up with three times what I was originally offering to settle for. This sum was also actually more than I was originally owed. In short, the other party didn’t fulfill responsibilities they were accountable for by law. As those responsibilities weren’t detailed contractually, I wasn’t even aware they existed. If this case hadn't turned out as favorable as it did I would still recommend Peter. The time, energy, and psychological costs of not having expert legal counsel will often escalate faster than we anticipate. My recommendation is to pay attention and know when you need additional leverage (if you're reading this you're probably already there)... Your time and energy is to valuable throw away. Setup a consultation, understand your disagreement, and start working toward a real resolution as soon as possible.”

Anonymous rated Jabaly Law:

Although a New York judge may have ordered service on a defendant through the Facebook messenger application, a Virginia court wouldn’t likely do that. Under Virginia Code Section 8.01-296, a dodgy defendant would probably be served by order of publication.