Mac Nayeri, Esq.
Mr. Nayeri understands immigration needs first hand. He was raised in London, England and immigrated to America as a teenager. With a dual degree in Political Science and History, Mr. Nayeri is familiar with the interplay between the nation's immigration laws, history, politics and the individual case, and where appropriate, brings an interdisciplinary approach to the practice of law. Mr. Nayeri earned his law degree from Southwestern University Law School in Los Angeles, California and is licensed to practice in Arizona and all immigration courts. Mr. Nayeri concentrates his practice on immigration matters and aggressively represents clients. He also practices "for the public good" or pro bono and has an on-going relationship with a number of Arizona and California non-profit organizations for whom he will represent individuals on a no fee basis.
Additionally, since the June 15 2012 announcement of the Secretary’s Directive entitled Exercising Prosecutorial Discretion with Respect Individuals Who Came to the United States as Children (aka DACA), attorney Mac Nayeri is pro bono counsel to several dozen DACA applicants.
- State Bar of Arizona
- Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR)*
- Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)**
- United States District Court, District of Arizona
- 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
- State Bar of Arizona, Committee on Immigration
- State Bar of Arizona, Solo and Small Firm Section
- American Immigration Lawyers Association, Arizona
- Arizona Trial Lawyers Association
- American Bar Association
* The EOIR administers the nation's immigration court system and is more commonly referred to as Immigration Court.
** The BIA is the highest administrative body for interpreting and applying immigration laws. The BIA has been given nationwide jurisdiction to hear appeals from certain decisions rendered by immigration judges and by district directors of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in a wide variety of proceedings in which the Government of the United States is one party and the other party is an alien, a citizen, or a business firm. Generally, the BIA does not conduct courtroom proceedings - it decides appeals by conducting a "paper review" of cases. On rare occasions, however, the BIA hears oral arguments of appealed cases.
Unilateral communications with The Nayeri Law Group do not form an attorney-client relationship.
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