Law Office of Nabil Chelico
811 Wilshire Blvd 17th Floor, Suite # 4
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Telephone 213-234-9592
E-mail: nchelico@chelicolaw.com

The Law Office of Nabil Chelico

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213-234-9592

Attorney Nabil Chelico Law Office Los Angeles
Immigration Attorney Nabil Chelico Los Angeles, Wilshire Downtown

Attorney Nabil E. Chelico is dedicated to providing competent and vigorous representation to clients while adhering to strict ethical standards. Each case will be given the proper attention, preparation, and time in order to meet and exceed clients’ reasonable expectations.


Attorney Chelico is admitted to practice before the California Supreme Court, and the Federal District Court for the Central District of California. He is a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. Attorney Nabil E. Chelico is also a member of AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association).


Attorney Chelico is admitted to practice at the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

Successful Cases

2013-08-08

Client was denied all relief by the Immigration Court and was ordered removed after the Court determined that the client was convicted of a par... Read More


2013-04-11

Client had an old felony conviction that prevented client from seeking certain opportunities. Client retained Attorney Chelico for representat... Read More


2013-01-24

Client's immigrant visa petition along with that for his wife and child were denied by the U.S. Embassy overseas on the basis of public charge ... Read More


2012/17/12

Client waiver of inadmissibility on the basis of unlawful presence was denied by the U.S. Embassy abroad. Attorney Chelico who represented cli... Read More


2012/06/01

Client was charged with multiple felony counts for which an arrest warrant was issued and Client was being sought by law enforcement. Client w... Read More


2011/01/04

Client was a victim of domestic violence in a foreign country and came to the U.S. to seek protection.  Client contacted other attorneys ... Read More