Law offices of Ronald A. NAIR


About Ronald NAIR


Specializing Health Care immigration

Special topics

Legal Obligations/Rights in the USA when dealing with US Law Enforcement.

Applying for Visa US Embassy.

Arriving into the USA


Providing specialized Health Care immigration advice.

128 East Avenue, 1st Floor

Norwalk, CT 06851


Phone: 203.846.2400

Fax: 203.779.1000

Mobile: 203.981.6333


Skype: ronnair


Welcome to my website. I am Ronald A. NAIR, Esq.  and I have over 28 years of Business Immigration Law experience. I specialized in Health Care Immigration law.  I hope that you will find my website useful and informative.  By way of background I have been practicing Business Immigration law for the past 28 years, and achieved a specialization in Allied Health Care Immigration law.  I was directly involved with the Master’s degree lawsuit as it affected OT and PT.  I have represented an array of business clients and individual clients with immigration issues before USCIS,  the Department of State [Manila & Chennai Embassy/consulate] , and the United States Department of Labor. 


Licensed:                        State of  Connecticut (1989)

Association:                  American Immigration Lawyers Association

                                        CHAPTER CHAIR-Bangkok District Chapter-2018

Education:                     JD Syracuse University College of Law (1988)

                                        MIM, Thunderbird, Glendale, AZ, (1993)

                                        BA, American University,Washington, DC (1984)

I have traveled to over 15 OT Schools in India and the Philippines in 2010 giving immigration/NBCOT processing advise to academics, students, and alumni.  From Ronald Nair’s Trips to OT Schools in India and the Philippines in September/October 2010.

In Manila Ron Nair at UST                    In Coimbatore, India at KMCH

Ronald Nair is at NIOH, Calcutta, September 2010

A  Francisco GOYA Painting hanging proudly at the Prado Museum in Madrid, Spain. In memory of those who are repressed, earn for  freedom of thought, dignity, and liberty.