Founded in 1997, the Law Offices of Ramin Ghashghaei, Inc. is a well respected and recognized law firm. They have extensive experience in immigration law, including employment-based and family-based immigration and deportation/removal defense. Comprised of highly qualified associates and personnel with extensive experience, they have successfully litigated immigration matters in Immigration Court and the U.S. Courts of Appeals for over 30 years. In addition, Mr. Ghashghaei has experience in criminal law, including post conviction reliefs as well as representation before criminal proceedings. They firmly believe that every person has equal rights and must be protected by law from harm and injury. Client success and welfare is their number one priority. Their ethical beliefs have led to many successful cases. The firm’s success is built on a foundation of diligence in preparation, litigation and attention to clients and their welfare, and an understanding of their concerns.
Mr. Ghashghaei has received Certificate of Appreciation from City of Los Angeles and Certificate of Recognition from the State Senate of California and Recognition by Consulate General of El Salvador.
Mr. Ghashghaei is a member of the United States District Court, Central District of California. Member of District of Columbia, Court of Appeals. Member of United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit. Member of United States Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit.
Our law offices are comprised of highly qualified attorneys with over 30 years of extensive experience. We take pride in our success rates over the years with attorneys that have guided...Read more
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