Kiblan Law Offices, P.C. is a full-service immigration law firm, with more than 25 years experience and expertise in the full range of immigration law. Whether you wish to reside permanently in the United States, become a U.S. citizen or travel here temporarily for work, to study or for travel, we can assist you. We are also experienced litigators, and regularly represent clients in deportation/removal hearings, appeals of immigration denials and in U.S. federal court to compel government action.


Malea Kiblan has been practicing immigration law for more than 25 years. She is a past president of the Washington D.C. metro area American Immigration Lawyers Association ("AILA") chapter; has served on AILA's Board of Governors and has been a frequent speaker at AILA national and local conferences. She is a graduate of The University of California,Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco and is admitted to the bars of California, New York, D.C. and Virginia. Malea is also admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court. She has a Master's degree in Public Administration and Policy Analysis from the University of California, Berkeley and an undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Oregon. She was awarded the American Immigration Lawyer's Association's Human Rights Award in 1995 for her work with the Middle East Asylum Project and has been recognized by the National Register's Who's Who Executives and Professionals. In 1997 she received a Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Contributions to Human Rights from the United Nations Association, National Capital Area and in 2001, she was given the Constitutional Rights Award in recognition of her outstanding legal service and commitment to due process by the National Coalition to Protect Political Freedom.



Immigration through Investment: The EB-5 Program

Most people are aware that one can obtain permanent residency and immigrate to the United States through family or employment sponsorship. But an exciting yet lesser known way to obtain the U.S. green card is through investment of at least US$500,000 in a business enterprise that creates a least 10 new jobs.
Relief from Delayed FBI Name Checks

Have you had your naturalization interview, but been told that a decision on your application for naturalization cannot be made because your FBI name check has not been completed?  Have you been waiting months, even years for Immigration Services to give you a decision? If so, you don't have to continue to wait in vain.  There is a way to compel the U.S. government to complete your security clearance and adjudicate your immigration or naturalization application.

Phone: (703) 442-8987
Fax: (703) 827-8732
Office Location:
P. O. BOX 1016
McLean, VA 22101
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