Welcome to Indus Pacific Law
The founder and owner of Indus Pacific Law Office has more than fifteen years of experience working as an attorney overseas and in California. After admission to the State Bar of California in 2017, he worked with different organizations and law offices on a range of cases including Immigration, Criminal and Family Law. Sajjad Hussain, Esq. is admitted to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Central District of California and Southern District of California. He has experience representing clients before the state and federal courts, USCIS, the Board of Immigration Appeals and the Court of Appeals.
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Being a first-generation immigrant himself, he has gone through the exhausting process and the agony of being away from the family while waiting for the decision on the immigration petition. This helps us understand the hardship and anxiety of the immigrant petitioners and their family members. We are motivated with the desire to help the families unite and stay together.
The vast experience in a range of cases enables us to think out of the box and to come up with problem solving strategies. We are committed to providing high quality services with dignity and personalized attention.
Chinthana Konganda has been working in the immigration field since 2010 and practices in the broad spectrum of US immigration law. As a member of the New York State and Connecticut bar, she is admitted to practice law in both the states and permitted to practice immigration law nationwide.
She holds a Master of Laws degree from California Western School of Law and has served as the Assistant Director for the LLM program and was the Primary Designated School Official for SEVIS at the same institution. With over a decade of experience in assisting international students, Chinthana has extensive knowledge in the area of Student and Exchange Visitor Program and is well-equipped to provide assistance on matters related to I-20s, EADs, OPT, and CPT.
She recently worked at the USCIS as an asylum officer. Chinthana also served as a pro bono attorney for a non-profit organization and worked in law firms representing clients with family-based Immigration matters before joining Indus Pacific Law Office.
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