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Mitchell & Suhr PLLC - Raleigh, NC

7200 Falls of Neuse Road Suite 200 Raleigh, NC 27609

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Updated: 03/16/2021

Raleigh Immigration & Naturalization Law Firm

About Mitchell & Suhr PLLC

Practice Areas

  • Immigration & Naturalization

Published Works

  • Scheherazade Hyon-dae Munbak, No. 5, Aug., 1958
  • Opium Korean American Literature, Vol. IV, Summer, 1985
  • Final Rites for the Korean American Literature, Vol. IV, Winter, 1985

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Staff

  • Berenice Osorio, Legal Assistant

Office Information

Address

7200 Falls of Neuse Road Suite 200 Raleigh, NC 27609

Fax

  • (919) 876-4237

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