Sarah A. Asad, Abogada
The Law graduate, Sarah Asad, specializes exclusively in Immigration and Naturalization Service of the United States and is part of Paul V. Balducci firm as Independent Adviser Adviser. Her interest in immigration law stems from his travels and experiences.
The daughter of immigrants, Sarah grew up and lived in Japan for 18 years before moving his residence to the United States. After graduating magna cum laude from Santa Clara University in California with a degree in Political Science with an emphasis in History, Sarah earned his Juris Doctor with honors from Concord Law School in Los Angeles. His multicultural background has taught him the true meaning of diversity in the United States.
In addition to speaking fluent English, Sarah also dominates the Japanese, Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi languages, allowing you to serve a number of customers who otherwise are difficult to communicate your legal needs. Sarah worked for Kahtarine & George Alexander Community Law Center in San Jose before becoming a member of the Bar of the State of California. There he worked with a wide range of individuals with unique legal situations, obtaining necessary to effectively represent their clients before the U.S. government experience.
Due to the federal nature of his practice, he can represent clients from anywhere in the United States or the world. Located in Georgia now, Sarah continues to serve the community and its customers with the same ethical and professional standards with which was unveiled in California. Sarah's personal experiences with the USCIS made aware of the effects that the migration process has in every aspect of the lives of individuals. Attend each case seriously, working extensively with precision and detail. Listen to her carefully making sure to understand your needs and is working to alleviate the anxiety that many immigrants feel about the migration process customers.
Sarah is qualified to practice before the U.S. government and its courts, focusing on humanizing legal proceedings, representing each client as an individual to the immigration authorities in charge of your case.