Marianne Ghabbour


Educational Background
Masters in Business Management
Schiller International University (Madrid), 2003

Bachelor of Political Science
American University in Cairo, 1999

Fluent in
English, Español, Français, عربى

Tel: +1(844)SAM-VISA

At FARAGALLA LAW, we are excited to have Ms. Marianne Ghabbour as a member of our talented team of legal professionals. As a paralegal, Ms. Ghabbour brings a wealth of experience and expertise in legal processes to our firm.

Ms. Ghabbour’s fluency in four languages, including English, Spanish, Arabic, and French, allows her to communicate effectively with clients from diverse backgrounds and ensure they receive the highest level of service. Her two degrees, a bachelor of political science from the American University in Cairo and a masters in business management from Schiller International University in Madrid, have equipped her with a unique set of skills that allow her to excel in her role as a paralegal at our firm.

Ms. Ghabbour’s experience in conflict resolution is particularly valuable when it comes to helping clients resolve any issues that may arise during the immigration process. Ms. Ghabbour plays an integral role in supporting our legal team and helping clients navigate the complex world of immigration law.

Ms. Ghabbour has lived in various countries through her career and education so she understands the importance and frustration that comes with immigration and she is happy to help our clients make their transition process easier, faster and clearer. She has a keen eye for detail, excellent organizational skills, and an exceptional work ethic, all of which help her to provide our clients with the highest level of service.

How may an attorney help me?


In the United States a person may represent themselves before any court, this is called “pro se” representation. US immigration laws are extremely complex and constantly changing. Even the smallest inadvertent mistake on the application can delay an applicant for years or even result in the denial of their case. A competent attorney can help you determine whether you qualify for the program to which you are applying as well as assist in gathering and producing evidence to support your application. An attorney can also accompany you in your interview as well as prep you beforehand using mock interviews, so you know what to expect and are prepared. An attorney could also appeal any denial of an applicant to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and further to the Circuit court of Appeals all the way up to the Supreme Court.