Attorney Mark NeJame has been a leading attorney and litigator for more than 30 years. Along with his team of lawyers and legal assistants, the firm has represented thousands of clients throughout Florida, the United States and the Caribbean. NeJame Law is AV rated (the highest possible) by Martindale-Hubbell whose ratings reflect both legal skills and attorney’s ethics. NeJame Law has been recognized with multiple additional accolades, including being selected in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers in the U.S.
The firm’s practice includes multiple divisions devoted to personal injury, criminal defense, immigration law, foreclosure defense, bankruptcy, real estate, business, corporate and civil law, family law and intellectual property. Several of the firm’s attorneys are board certified and considered specialized in their areas of practice. The highest level of evaluation conducted by The Florida Bar is that of board certification, and only the most competent and experienced attorneys are awarded such recognition. Moreover, the firm is highly regarded, in large part, due to its enormous trial experience, with the attorneys at the firm having an impressive total of over a thousand jury trials. NeJame Law has the trial experience and background, which is rarely rivaled.
In addition, NeJame Law has handled literally thousands of cases and has represented people from every walk of life. Whether an average citizen, a business owner, celebrity, politician, law enforcement officer, or judge, NeJame Law has helped whenever needed. If you have been in an accident, arrested, have a business dispute or need, immigration issue, real estate related matter, or family law case, NeJame Law has the depth, experience, qualifications, and background to help.
NeJame Law prides itself on its ethnic diversity with its attorneys coming from a variety of cultures and backgrounds. In addition to English some other languages spoken at the firm include Spanish, Hindi, Urdu, Arabic, Punjabi, French, and Italian.
RECENT CASE RESULTS
U.S. Immigration Attorney Frank Symphorien-Saavedra cancels client’s removal and gains resident status. Client entered the United States without inspection at 10 years of age, on or about 1990. Client remained illegally in the U.S. ever since. She had four US citizen children and her spouse also had no status. The couple separated, and the children suffered emotionally, and psychologically. The Immigration Judge denied Client's application for Cancellation of Removal and adjustment of status for non-permanent residents. The judge found the client's children would not suffer exceptional and extremely unusual hardship, as required by law. On appeal, the Board of Immigration Appeals sided with counsel and reversed the decision of the Immigration Judge. The Board further agreed with counsel that Client's children would suffer exceptional and extremely unusual hardship and that they qualified for resident status under the law.
Immigration Attorney Symphorien-Saavedra wins complex resident status case. Client charged and convicted of utilizing false name, and false identity. Also convicted of petit theft. Client was HIV positive and receiving public benefits under Ryan White Act. Client also entered the U.S. without inspection in 1990s. Client had petition filed in 1990s by mother, a lawful permanent resident, who could not travel from California due to old age. Client's mother required disability exception for general requirement that she be present at interview. After steadfast advocacy, Client was granted adjustment of status and lawful permanent resident status.
Immigration Attorney Symphorien-Saavedra succeeds in having Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals vacate and remand order of removal Jane, a native of Mexico, was the victim of a brutal sexual assault in 1994. After being harassed by her assailant, she fled to the U.S. in 1996, where she sought asylum. The Department of Homeland Security refused to close her case and the Immigration Judge denied the claim based upon ... Read More
Judge orders annulment of Alan Grayson's marriage, ending year of court battles A judge decided Tuesday that Senate hopeful Alan Grayson and his estranged wife, Lolita, were never legally married, ending more than a year of hearings and fighting over the matter.
Michael LaFay Gets First Degree Murder Charge Dropped The client shot and killed her boyfriend in her home and after a search warrant uncovered additional evidence, she was charged with first degree murder.
Francisco Symphorien-Saavedra Wins Adjustment And 212(H) Hardship Waiver Client convicted in Federal Court of six counts, including conspiracy to commit securities fraud, federal securities fraud, and violation of the travel act by committing the NY crime of bribery. Client also had prior DUI and domestic violence arrest. Client challenged his removability and applied for readjustment with a 212(h) waiver.