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Immigration Law

Sara Brikho has extensive experience representing individuals and companies from all parts of the world in virtually every area of immigration law, including tough criminal deportations, to political asylum, complex family petitions, appeals and motions to reopen as well as all business-related immigration matters. Ms. Brikho also handle petitions for asylum and can guide those interested in becoming United States citizens through the naturalization process. Using legal experience combined with an understanding of the immigrant communities she represents, she has repeatedly obtained extraordinary results for her clients. Her interest in immigration law stems from her personal background as well as her belief in the essential role immigrants play and the positive contributions they make to American society. Having immigrated to the United States she has experienced firsthand all phases of the immigration and naturalization process. The United States immigration system is complex and constantly changing. For many individuals seeking to enter the United States or remain in the United States, navigating through the U.S. immigration system can be daunting and frustrating.

Sara J. Brikho, Esq.

Sara Brikho is the President and Managing Attorney of Brikho Law Office, PLLC. Our firm was founded on the principle of providing each and every client with an unmatched level of personal attention to their case. What does this mean exactly? It means that at each stage of your case, you deal directly with attorney Sara Brikho - personally. You can expect Mrs. Brikho to provide personalized and direct legal services and get the best possible outcome.


  • Undergraduate- Walsh College- 2008

  • J.D.- Thomas M. Cooley Law School- 2011

Bar Admissions

  • Michigan (2012)

  • U.S. District Court Eastern District of Michigan (2019)

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