Lawyers at Leyruta comprise a diverse set of lawyers who are well trained and experienced in immigration laws who are amongst the finest in the country. Take a minute to learn more about our team.
YOUSOF (JOE) W. NESARI, ESQ.
Joe Nesari has over 20 years of law and business experience gained while living in the United States. As an attorney, and business advisor & strategist for local and a few international companies, he established a vibrant law firm where each case rooted as a “project” to Joe and his team, as such his organization as well as those business and operations under his advisor-ship have experienced immense success by virtue of his leadership and nature.
In the last five years, Joe has taught U.S. Constitution and Civil Liberties at accredited liberal arts university in Virginia. Under that capacity, he implemented a contemplative approach to the teaching of the constitution with classroom tools, to bring intentioned focused awareness to the eternal values within each student that is rooted to the subjects being studied as a reflection of humanity. He has gained first-hand knowledge on the benefits of contemplative methods of learning
Anam attended law school in the U.K, where she graduated at the top of her class. In 2010, she was admitted to the Bar of England and Wales and is a member of the Honorable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in London- one of the world’s most prestigious professional bodies of Barristers and Judges. She was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2018.
Anam joined our legal team in February 2019. Her prior immigration experience includes serving as a pro bono/volunteer lawyer with Catholic Charities. She is experienced in handling applications for various forms of humanitarian relief for e.g Asylum, Cancellation of Removal, TPS, U Visa, Protections under VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) and regularly appears before the Immigration Courts and U.S Citizen and Immigration Services offices to advocate on behalf of clients.
Whilst previously working as a lawyer in the UK, Anam focused on the interplay between domestic laws and International Human Rights declarations. Upon relocation to the US, she was quick to notice the grave human rights concerns befalling immigrants in the US and chose to dedicate her career to serving the immigrant community. Anam is skilled in articulating compelling human rights narratives within the boundaries of immigration law, whilst also simultaneously challenging the boundaries themselves.
In her spare time, Anam loves to travel and be outdoors. She is fluent in Urdu/Hindi.
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