The Silver Spring, MD immigration lawyers at Suissa Law handle all types of U.S. immigration matters – including work visas, investor visas, permanent residence (“green card”) cases, removal & deportation defense, and federal litigation – for clients throughout the United States, as well as all over the world. No case is too complex for us.

Our services include:

  • Employment-Based Permanent Residence
  • Family-Based Permanent Residence
  • United States Court of Claims, 1978
  • Nonimmigrant Visas
  • Removal/Deportation Defense & Federal Litigation
  • Representation Before USCIS, ICE, & USDOS


Attorney Biographies
Dev A. Kayal, Esq


Selected as one of Washingtonian’s Best Attorneys 2007

  • Appointed as panel member to Maryland, Attorney(s) Grievance Commission
  • Licensed to practice law in Maryland, Washington D.C.
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 4th Circuit, D.C. Circuit
  • Federal Courts in D.C. and Maryland.



University of Minnesota School of Law (J.D., 1993);

Journal of Law and Inequality (Associate Editor);

Faith Thompson Scholarship;

Human Rights Center Fellowship.

Rutgers University (B.S. Electrical Engineering, 1986).


Dev has more than 19 years of experience successfully representing clients in immigration matters before the US Department of Homeland Security, US Department of Labor, and US State Department. In the field of business immigration, the firm’s clients have included Construction Management, Pharma, Engineering, Hospitals and other Health Providers, Telecommunications, and Information Technology firms. He has also represented a number of Not-for-profit firms in the Educational institutions, Outstanding Professors and researchers. He has has also successfully represented clients in Immigration Courts - including Extreme Hardship cases, Adjustment cases, Cancellation, Ineffective Assistance of Counsel, and other removal cases. The firm’s federal court experience includes litigating cases in the U.S. District Courts in Washington D.C. and Maryland, the U.S. Courts of Appeal in the Fourth Circuit, and D.C. Circuit.

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