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International borders and oceans can strain family relationships. When your loved ones live in another country, your highest priorities is likely to complete the immigration paperwork and bring everyone together. READ MORE HERE



Even lawful permanent residents need to renew their permanent resident card every 10 years. To truly make your residence permanent, you need to become a U.S. citizen. Obtaining U.S. citizenship through the naturalization process can be confusing. 



Deportation proceedings can happen suddenly. Long-time residents can find themselves unexpectedly detained and on their way out of the country before they are prepared to mount a defense. 



Visa applicants required to consular process through a U.S. Embassy or Consulate outside the United States before legally entering the country need experienced representation. 



Many immigration matters start with a job offer. Employment-based immigration allows skilled workers from overseas to take comparatively high-paying positions in their field that are available within the United States. 



We believe that concentrating on immigration law makes us better advocates for our clients all around. By always being prepared to defend your rights and fight for you in a court of law, we are in turn ready to protect your best interests at every point in the legal process. So whether or not your case goes to court, we will be ready to represent you as effectively as possible.

Our record of success, as well as our reputation among our peers, illustrates our genuine dedication to our clients. For instance, it reflects in our clients' testimonials below.



"The Fee charged for services provided were more than reasonable.  Services provided were BEYOND AND ABOVE what was expected – if I could give Nazly more stars I would.  Nazly was referred to me by another highly reputable lawyer, and is greatly respected amongst her peers.  Nazly exhibited great command of knowledge of the area of law and legal system in which she works in, and was accessible, approachable and always provided clear communication.

It’s never easy when someone you know is in a situation in which you need the type of legal services that Nazly provides.  You will learn a lot, mostly that the system is broken, and designed to make it difficult for those without means, command of English or even citizenship  You will also learn that there are some amazing people out there who genuinely care, and are passionate about those they serve such as Nazly. I never asked to have been put in the position to assist an acquaintance of mine, but I helped as best as I could – the best thing having been hiring Nazly for them.  I can honestly say that during the most stressful of times in dealing with their case, Nazly was there with her professional expertise, and most importantly her compassion.

I cannot thank Nazly enough for all that she did, and would highly recommend her.."

- Amy Yosmali

"Nazly is a great lawyer. She helped my family and was very professional. She stayed involved until our case was over. I would definitely recommend her and go back to her if I ever need a lawyer again!" - Clara Ummatov

"I had a great experience, very welcoming and professional environment to seek legal advice, great work Nazly." 

- David Perez

"I had an amazing experience with Nazly. She really cared about my situation and helped me to settle with the terms that I really wanted and needed!"

- K.A. Simpson

"I had a great experience with Nazly. She helped me to get my citizenship paper work together.I had a lot of questions, and she had a lot of patience. She very friendly and smart attorney. My calls were always answered, or returned in a in a short time . I was little nervous, but she always took time to explain everything and to resolve my concerns. I had a great experience and I would recommend her like very professional attorney who knows her job."

- Jelena Kol




Ms. Mamedova practices immigration law and offers legal support to the immigrant communities of the Tri-State area, including counsel in juvenile and domestic relations matters in immigration settings. She speaks Russian, Ukrainian, Uzbek, Azerbaijani, Turkish, and the Crimean Tatar language. She is a dedicated advocate for and advisor to her clients, respecting personal, family and business relationships.  


Ms. Mamedova received her Juris Doctor degree from Salmon P. Chase College of Law of Northern Kentucky University and a Bachelor's degree in International Affairs from Xavier University in Cincinnati.

Ms. Mamedova is admitted to the Kentucky Supreme Court, to the United States District Court for Eastern Kentucky, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth and Sixth Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court.  She may appear before the Board of Immigration Appeals, the U.S. Immigration Courts, and all U.S. immigration agencies. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. She served on Cincinnati Mayor’s Immigration Task Force and is currently serving on several boards including Red Cross of Greater Cincinnati, Cincinnatus Association, and Junior League of Cincinnati.


Mr. Kassym is an associate attorney at Law Office of Nazly Mamedova and  practices immigration law, advises clients in family re-unification, and represents clients in removal and asylum proceedings. Mr. Kassym also works with juvenile and domestic relations matters in immigration settings. He has experience in petitioning for U visa and VAWA applications. He is fluent in Russian and Kazakh languages.

Mr. Kassym received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law and a Bachelor's degree in Political Science with a Minor in French. 

Mr. Kassym is admitted to the Ohio Supreme Court. He may appear before the Board of Immigration Appeals, the U.S. Immigration Courts, and all U.S. immigration agencies. He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. His previous experience includes externships with Senior District Judge Michael R. Barrett at the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio, and with D.E. Foxx and Associates; fellowship at Ohio Innocence Project; and clerkship with the Law Office of Nazly Mamedova.




11260 Chester Road 

Suite 310

Cincinnati, OH 45246


Please note that our consultations are by appointment only and cost $200 for both in-person or phone/online consultations. The consultation fee must be paid in advance. Our consultations include review of documentation and up to 1 hour consultation time with an attorney. Additional charges will apply if we need to review additional documentation, follow up on consultation, or any additional research is  required. For consultation scheduling, please click on the link below.

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