North Carolina Immigration Attorneys
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Robert Brown LLC is an immigration law firm with an international scope. We maintain locations in Cleveland, Orlando and Raleigh and provide exemplary legal representation to individuals, families and businesses.

The depth and breadth of our practice cannot be understated. Robert Brown was a former Deputy Director of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service. He previously served as the agency's Deputy Chief of Investigations. Partner attorneys, Rishi Oza and Aleksandar Cuic, have successfully represented numerous clients over their careers. Each North Carolina immigration attorney has been included in the list of Ohio Super Lawyers® Rising Stars SM , which is a high honor bestowed on less than 2.5 percent of the attorneys in the state.

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