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More than 30 years ago my parents decided to bring me and my family to the United States with the intention of giving us an opportunity for a better life. My older sisters and my parents worked in factories to give me, my younger brother and sister, the opportunity to receive an education. In 1994 I was the first of my family to graduate from a university and in 1998 I graduated from law school.  I will always be grateful to my family and my wife for their sacrifices and their support.

In 1999, I began my career as a lawyer. I initially started with criminal cases, but soon I discovered that my passion was in immigration. I still remember one of my first cases. I was able to help Mrs. Contreras, her husband and two children get their legal residency.  I was able to help them even though The Immigration & Naturalization Service had initially told them no.  The gratitude I received from this family and the satisfaction of helping this family changed my career path.  Also, around the same time, I discovered that our community was suffering because of people exploiting our never ending hope of obtaining legal residency in this great country.   I found out that our community was misled by people that made promises that could not be fulfilled.  From that moment, I decided that I should devote myself to defend and protect my community because the need was and still is there.

I understand the concerns of my clients and understand their frustrations because I also lived them. Therefore, we treat our customers with respect and more than anything, honesty. Today, I keep getting referrals from the Contreras family. I thank the Contreras family, the Pérez Jiménez family, Alfaro family, and many more for your loyalty and confidence.

Member of the California Bar. Certified Specialist, Immigration & Nationality Law.
Admitted to 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, U.S. District Court, Central District and California Supreme Court. Member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and Immigration Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association.