About

Attorney Connie Y. Isais received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from California State University,Los Angeles. In 1999, she received her law degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Attorney Isais interned for the National Immigration Law Center in Los Angeles, California and for the Immigration Project in Granite City, Illinois. She is a member of the State Bar of California and is admitted to practice before the United States District Courts for the Central, Southern and Eastern Districts of California and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association as well as the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Immigration Section. Having worked for one of Los Angeles’ largest Immigration firms for almost 4 years, Connie is experienced in all areas of immigration law including working visas, family based immigration, employment based immigration, asylum, deportation defense and naturalization.

At her previous employer, Mrs. Isais handled the firm’s complex naturalization cases and served as the firm’s liaison to the Los Angeles District Naturalization Office. She has successfully represented clients before the Executive Office for Immigration Review in Los Angeles, El Centro, San Diego, San Pedro, Lancaster, Seattle and Dallas. She has also successfully represented clients before the United States District Courts of California as well as the Board of Immigration Review and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Additionally, Attorney Isais has represented clients before the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services, formerly known as the Immigration and Naturalization Service, in Los Angeles, San Diego, Anaheim, San Bernadino, Hartford, Des Moines, Honolulu and the United States Embassies in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico,  and Cuidad Juarez, Mexico.

The daughter of an immigrant herself, she understands the dilemma of new immigrants in the United States.  Her mother, a native of Taiwan, immigrated to the United States when she married her father, a serviceman in the United States Navy who retired in 1992 as Master Chief after 30 years of service.   As an Asian-American, Attorney Isais saw the difficulties encountered by both her mother and their friends in adjusting to a new country.  These experiences made her decision to specialize in immigration law an easy one.

To schedule a complimentary consultation with Attorney Connie Isais, call (877) 2US-VISA


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