Law Office of Nassim Arzani
4210 Riverwalk Parkway
Riverside, CA 92505
Ms. Arzani migrated to the United States from Tehran, Iran in 1980. She arrived in the United States with her family and experienced firsthand the sacrifices families make in order to come to the United States. Prior to her arrival, she had lived in England as well as Spain.
Ms. Arzani gained an in depth understanding of various cultures and their individual needs through her passion to explore the world. She represents clients from all over the world, enabling her to truly understand and appreciate their paradigm.
Ms. Arzani received her Bachelors of Arts in Accounting from California State University Fullerton. She later received her Masters in Business Administration with an emphasis in Organizational Management. She attended law school at Trinity International University as well as Tulane University Law School. Ms. Arzani is Certified as a Legal Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law by the California Board of Legal Specialization.
Ms. Arzani also served as a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Judge James Bar of the United States Bankruptcy Court during her second year of law school, . She further advanced her legal career by studying abroad in Paris and obtaining a Paris Institute Certificate in European Legal Studies from Sorbonne. Among her distinguished memberships are: the California Bar Association, the Orange County Bar Association, American Immigration Lawyers Association and the Los Angeles Bar Association.
Ms. Arzani has been a guest speaker at several immigration panels, most recently she was the guest speaker at the Iranian American Bar Association Orange County Chapter where she discussed the complexities of the I-601A Waiver in addition to the recent trends with Executive Action. Prior to that event she provided her insights on the 'Perspectives of Social and Economic Impact of the DREAM Act' hosted by the Claremont College. In addition, Ms. Arzani has held informative seminars on the latest immigration trends throughout the Inland Empire.
Her passion and love for law is what drives her every day. Ms. Arzani feels that integrity, honesty, and humility makes a good lawyer. She believes that lawyers are placed on this earth to bring justice and equality. Their passion should be to improve and serve the life of others, ultimately striving to selflessly serve humanity.
Her love for humanity and these guiding principles are the foundation of her everyday practice of law.