Our Law Firm
At American Law Center, we have been assisting immigrants for years to fulfill their dream to live in the United States. We strive to provide our clients with energetic, effective and aggressive representation in all areas of U.S. immigration law. Our representation includes family- and employment-based cases, as well as deportation defense, naturalization and BIA appeals.
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Named as one of the Top 10 Immigration Attorneys by American Institute of Legal Counsel, Top 100 Lawyers by the Association of American Trial Lawyers, Top 40 under 40 by the National Trial Lawyers and has the highest rating (10) on Avvo Attorney Rankings. On August 01, 2014, she was designated as a Certified Specialist in Immigration & Naturalization Law by the California State Bar.
We protect and advocate for the victims of domestic violence. We specialize in defending the rights of immigrant women who have suffered the vulnerability and fear and of being involved in a violent relationship. The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) prevents abused women from being forced to choose between staying in an abusive relationship and possible deportation. In some cases, the American Law Center can move for a Cancellation of Removal for the immigrant victims of domestic violence.
News on Immigration
If you have questions about your rights under the current DACA rules and regulations, please contact Nassim Arzani, Esq. With two convenient locations in Riverside and Los Angeles, California, Ms. Arzani is a nationally recognized leader in the field of immigration law. Call (951) 683-0900 to learn how DACA can […]Read More
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