Thank you for your hard work in getting my asylum application approved. I truly appreciate your help, support and time! - S. N.
I stopped by your office today to pick up my green card but didn’t get a chance to thank you for all the work you did for me. Finally after... read more→
Azita – I received my mother’s green card in the mail today. Thank you for the time you spent with us, explaining the information we needed to know about the... read more→
Azita and her staff handled both my divorce case and naturalization application. I am extremely satisfied with the outcome of both cases and would strongly recommend Azita to all my... read more→
Azita – I received my dad’s green card already! Thank you so much for everything! We really appreciate your help and we will be forever grateful. - George M.
Azita - You have no idea how dear you are to me and my family. You helped me change my life for the better. It is only natural to think... read more→
I received my green card today. I have been extremely satisfied with the advice and service I received from your office, and the outcome of my case. I will recommend... read more→
Dear Azita – Today I noticed my green card has been approved and being delivered to me! I am so thankful for your great service, time and support. I am... read more→
I am very grateful for all the work you and your firm did for my case. After 12 years, I can finally have the opportunities I’ve been waiting for. Your... read more→
Thank you so much for all your help! You and your law firm has been a blessing for our family! -Nina B
I like your approach since you are very communicative and stay on top of things. A+ -M. Rodriguez
Thank you for your support in my journey to American citizenship. - B. Rodriguez
I appreciate your great service. Your lawyers and all the personnel are very professional. My case was a success. Thanks for the great job you did. My husband and I... read more→
Thank you and appreciate all the work that Ms. Azita did for me, I am grateful and happy with you. - Anita B
I want to thank you for all the efforts you put in getting my asylum case approved. It was an honor for me to have worked with such a professional... read more→
I always recommend you to people. You are number one. -B. K.
Thank you so much for your help and for everything you all have done for my mother’s case. We greatly appreciate it! -Crystal T.
Thank you so much for your time and all the info! You and your office workers are the best! -T. C.
Thank for being the best lawyer I have ever had, and presenting me well. -Lina B.
Thank you to both Mahdis and Azita in assisting us through this process! We are forever grateful. -N. Taylor
Client had been ordered removed from the U.S. after an Immigration Judge had determined that he was not eligible for asylum. The client then appealed to the Board of Immigration... read more→
Our client, a U.S. citizen, had married a woman in his home country several years earlier and had decided to move back to the U.S. and bring her to the... read more→
Client had been placed in removal following his completion of probation on a stalking charge but no bond had been set for his release. Our attorneys quickly filed an emergency... read more→
Client had met and married his U.S. citizen wife in the U.S and moved in with her, along with his young son from a previous relationship. Our client asserted that... read more→
Client had an arranged marriage in her home country and entered the U.S. with a conditional green card. Shortly after entering the U.S., client’s husband informed her that he did... read more→
Client was born in Mexico but was the biological son of U.S. citizen parents. His father lived in the U.S. at the time of his birth and his mother had... read more→
Client was returning from a trip abroad when he was referred to deferred inspection. Client had been previously charged with assault and sexual assault and USCIS had taken the position... read more→
Our attorneys represented a client who needed to renew his green card but had two felony burglary charges, one resulting in probation and the other in a twenty-four month jail... read more→
Our attorneys represented a client who needed to renew his green card but had five stricken criminal charges related to battery, assault, DUI and domestic battery plus one guilty plea... read more→
Our client had entered the U.S. on a fiancé visa and married her fiancé. Soon thereafter, our client began experiencing emotional, mental and sexual abuse at the hands of her... read more→
Our attorneys represented a client who had come to the US at age ten, crossing the Mexican border in a car. Our client and the passengers in the car were... read more→
Our attorneys represented a client whose I-485 Application was denied because he had been previously arrested for possession of cocaine. He had initially pled not guilty to the charge but... read more→
Client was offered a position in a corporation where she was the main shareholder. Her initial attorney had submitted an I-140 Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker and I-485 Application to... read more→
Our attorneys represented a client who had unintentionally registered to vote while renewing her driver’s license at a Secretary of State Office. We advised our client to request that the... read more→
Our attorneys represented a client who had obtained her green card through her elder son five years earlier. During the five years, client had several trips outside the US, one... read more→
Our attorneys represented a client who had been convicted of misdemeanor shoplifting and sentenced to probation and imprisonment, of which she had partially served. Our attorneys prepared legal papers arguing... read more→
Our attorneys represented a client who had been convicted of unlawful possession of a firearm and defacing identification marks of a firearm. Client retained our office to prepare his N-400... read more→
Our attorneys represented a 42 year old Naturalization applicant who was unable to speak, read and write English and could not learn US History and Government because she suffered from... read more→
Approval of Naturalization Based on N-648 Medical Waiver – 55 Year Old Suffering from Mental Disability
Our attorneys represented a fifty-five year old Naturalization applicant who suffered from depression and early stage dementia due to hypertension. As a result of her medical condition, she was unable to... read more→
Client was a victim of domestic violence at the hands of her boyfriend. She finally reported the violence and obtained a temporary order of protection against him. Despite the temporary... read more→
Client had been falsely recruited by an agency to come to the US from his home country to work on a ship but instead forced to work in the kitchen... read more→
Client from Iran feared persecution because of his political opinion and his perceived involvement in the Green Movement. Our attorneys’ detailed legal papers demonstrated that the client and his family... read more→
Client from Syria feared persecution for being a Christian. Our attorneys’ detailed legal papers outlined that the client’s life or freedom would be threatened in Syria by reason of his... read more→
Client from Iran was admitted to the U.S. as a tourist several years earlier and remained in the U.S. while being out of status. She feared returning to Iran due... read more→
Client from Iran feared persecution for converting from Islam to Christianity, a crime punishable by death under Sharia law in Iran. Our attorneys carefully prepared the client’s application and thoroughly... read more→
The Law Offices of Azita M. Mojarad, P.C. negotiated the cancellation of an automobile sales contract where the client purchased a used vehicle and later discovered unibody frame damage, which... read more→
In a case where the government alleged sixteen counts of violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) by exporting shipments of equipment from the U.S. to Iran, our attorneys... read more→
In a case where the government alleged a university student had sent threatening e-mails to university administrators one day after an unrelated shooting incident at another university, our attorneys were... read more→