Welcome to the Law Office of Dalia Rasha Kejbou, P.C.  We are committed to representing our clients effectively and expeditiously.  We practice in many areas of the law and are able to help you through your legal matters.  Our clients know that we are always available to help.  As a full-service firm we strive to find the most effective and efficient way that is in the best interest of our client’s. We are a small, well known, and specialized firm that guarantees commitment to you.  Let us be your voice!

Dalia Rasha Kejbou Attorney at Law

Aside from being a full time practitioner, Mrs. Kejbou is a dedicated mother and wife who believes in family values and strong work ethics. Just a young girl when her family migrated to the United States, Mrs. Kejbou set out with the determination of becoming a successful lawyer and entrepreneur. She has a passion for giving back to the community, speaking both Chaldean and Arabic fluently.  Mrs. Kejbou strongly believes where there is a will there is a way and never stops working for her clients. After many years of practice in real estate law, Dalia recently became a licensed Real Estate Broker in the State of Michigan. She has earned the respect and trust of many clients, colleagues, and community members.

Mrs. Kejbou is licensed to practice in the District and Circuit Courts for the State of Michigan, Eastern District of Michigan Federal Court, Federal Immigration Courts and Bankruptcy Court.  She also handles all matters involving the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration Customs Enforcement, United States Citizenship & Immigration Services, Deportation and Removal, Border Control and the National Visa Center.

Education

  • Juris Doctor – Wayne State University Law School
  • Bachelor’s Degree – Oakland University

Associations

  • Michigan Bar Association
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Director, Chaldean American Bar Association
  • Greater Metropolitan Association of Realtors
  • Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce
  • Executive Board Member, Chaldean American Ladies of Charity

Paulina Shammami Paralegal / Office Manager

Paulina is a certified paralegal and currently pursuing her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Oakland University. She is a member of the Chaldean American Bar Association and volunteers for several charitable organizations. As well, Paulina serves on the Advisory Board of the Chaldean American Ladies of Charity. Responsible for the a critical part of the process, she ensures you are informed and your expectations exceeded. Paulina is fluent in Chaldean and Arabic.  With a passion for justice, she strives to guarantee your voice will be heard.

Tallia Mio Legal Assistant / Office Intern

Tallia is working towards her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science at Wayne State University. She is an excellent communicator with years of serving customer’s needs. She is a member of the Chaldean American Ladies of Charity and many other charitable organizations. Tallia plays a critical role in assuring that all files are organized and maintained. She stays updated on all media sources reporting on the law.

Gabriella D’Agostini Research Assistant / Office Intern

Gabriella is working towards her Bachelor’s Degree in Public Policy with a specialization in Security, Norms, and Cooperation in the Middle East at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. She is an active participant of the Chaldean American Student Association on campus and volunteers her time tutoring and organizing letter writing sessions for refugees in the Middle East. In March 2016, Gabriella’s immigration policy research on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was chosen to be featured in the Gramlich Showcase at the Ford School of Public Policy. As a research assistant, Gabriella researches case law pertaining to immigration and maintains files. With a particular passion for immigration law, Gabriella strives to ensure that immigrants’ rights are protected and upheld.

Elleanna Saco Research Assistant / Office Intern

Elleanna is a pre-law student at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. She is a member of the Chaldean American Student Association and many other organizations on campus. Graduating high school, Elleanna was awarded with the Jean Fairfax Scholarship by the University of Michigan. In the office, she works to organize and maintain files. With an interest in business law, Elleanna researches and works on business cases.