An Indiana lawyer, attorney Lalita Haran was taken on the rolls of attorney in Indianapolis, Indiana in the year 2002. Her practice focuses on Immigration and Naturalization. Before graduating in law from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Attorney Haran was practising law in India having earned Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) from Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya (Saugar University) in Madhya Pradesh and was a practising advocate at the High Court of Madras.
American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) since 2005
American Bar Association (ABA)
Indiana State Bar Association (ISBA)
An independent practising immigration, the lawyer the provides competent and diligent representation which would help you protect and preserve your immigration interest. You would receive personalized service as your immigration attorney personally reviews your file, be able to directly talk to your immigration lawyer without an intermediary and receive immigration advice in English, Tamil or Hindi.
Pro Bono / Community Work:
Attorney Haran believes that service to the poor and needy is an important obligation of the legal professionals but recognizes that an independent legal practitioner has great time constraints. Therefore, the law office does offer probono service but only occassionally and limits it to the most deserving client. Such a client would be an immigrant who finds her/himself in a shelter pursuant to abuse with no supporting family or friends.
As an Indiana AILA member, Ms. Haran has been instumental in promoting community education about immigration and immigrants and had coordinated the "creative writing contest" for AILA Indiana Chapter in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.
Her public speaking engagements and seminars on immigration are all about immigrants' rights and how to preserve them.
The law office follows high ethical standards and offers advice on risks and complexities of your case to let you make an informed decision. Office believes that if you can afford you must pay for legal advice.
You could ask for:
Free - case assessment upto 15 minutes. (Receive information on how much it would cost you.)
$80 -30 minute consultation, in person or over phone (Receive legal advice tailored to your situation.)
$160 - 1 Hour consultation.
Languages Spoken: English, Hindi, and Tamil.
The main focus is on U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Law. Office deals with both employment based immigration as well as family based immigration matters.
You will receive help with visa, greencard and citizenship / naturalization matters.
Help includes preparation of your paperwork, documentation and interview assistance in the United States and also Consular Processing.
How you handle your foreign national clients' criminal or family matter might affect their ability to continue to stay and work in the United States or pursue further immigration benefits.
Here, you can receive advice on how to conduct your family law or criminal law case with least damage to your foreign national client.
The Immigration Law Office works under the idea that every immigration case is a personal commitment of the lawyer and so your case is closely reviewed by the attorney and not by a paralegal.
Here, you can talk to your immigration lawyer directly without any intermediary.
13295 Illinois St., Suite 128
Carmel, IN 46032
Ph: (317) 660-6174
Personal consultations are available by appointment. Weekend appointments are possible. Please call ahead to schedule yours.
City of Carmel, a part of the Hamilton County is located just North of Indianapolis and forms a posh and very sought after residential suburb of Indianapolis.
Road Construction: U.S. 31 closure between Keystone and 136 in Hamilton County from 4/4/2014 through Thanksgiving. Alternative route: Take 136 or Old meridian to enter illinois street.
Kokomo Office: (Tue. & Thursdays)
Office; 522 Belvedere dr., Suite 106
Kokomo, IN 46901
Ph: (765) 854-1004
Indiana is home to the great football team which was the 2007 NFL champion. But, more recent is the 2012 National Football Championship game was played at the Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis
Indianapolis, the State capitol, hosts the annual car race "Indy 500."
Tribute to Indy 500 two times winner, Dan Wheldon, who passed away on 10/16/11 while racing car at Las Vegas.
Just 50 miles North of Indianapolis lies the 'City of Firsts' also known as Kokomo.
Kokomo has given several innovations to the world. The foremost being the automobile.
The world's first car rode on the streets of Kokomo when the automotive pioneer, Elwood Haynes, test drove his invention in Kokomo. many events happened first in Kokomo and hence the name "City of Firsts." Additionally, Kokomo houses several automobile parts manufacturing plants which are going through a revival cycle.
In addition to the notable personalities like Elwood Haynes and Elmer Apperson, who jointly started the pioneer automobile manufaturing company in Kokomo, the author of the children's book "Clifford the Big Red Dog," Norman Bridwel, and several well known sports personalities are from Kokomo.
Protecting your immigration interest is my commitment.
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