Defense Against Deportation and Removal in Immigration Courts; All Types of Visas, Immigrant and Non-Immigrant

DEPORTATION & REMOVAL DEFENSE

– Immigration Court Hearings Across the United States
– Defense of Criminal Aliens Facing Deportation and Removal in both Detained and Non-Detained Courts
– Circuit Courts Appeals Across the United States
– Appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals
– Asylum
– Cancellation of Removal
– NACARA
– Abused Spouse Petitions
– Removal of Conditions on Lawful Permanent Resident Status
– In Depth Consultation and Advisement to Criminal Attorneys Across the United States on the Immigration Consequences to Guilty or Nolo Contendere Criminal Pleas Along with Detailed Strategies to Avoid or Minimize the Immigration Consequences of Criminal Pleas
– U & T Visas for Victims of Various Crimes

IMMIGRANT & NON-IMMIGRANT VISAS

IMMIGRANT & NON-IMMIGRANT VISAS

– Family Sponsored Immigrants
– Employment Based Immigrants
– Investment Based Immigrants
– Diversity Visas

NON-IMMIGRANT VISAS

– H-1B Specialty Occupation Visas for Professional Workers
– L-1 Intracompany Transferee Visas
– E-1 Treaty Trader / E-2 Treaty Investor Visas
– F-1 Student Visas
– O Visas for Persons of Extraordinary Ability
– R-1 Religious Worker Visas

Our Team

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Houman Varzandeh

I began my training in immigration law before graduating from law school. I served as an extern with the United States Department of Justice, Executive Office for Immigration Review in 1997. During that service, I worked closely for the immigration Judges in Los Angeles doing legal research and writing, and...

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Lisa Anderson

I entered the UCLA School of Law with the goal of practicing immigration law. During law school, I served on the Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs; I was granted an Equal Justice America Fellowship to work with Bet Tzedek -The House of Justice; I prosecuted criminal cases as...

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