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Meet Our Team

We offer you a panoply of cutting-edge services

Partner

Sanjay Sethi

Sanjay Sethi is the co-managing partner at Sethi & Mazaheri, LLC, practicing in a wide range of areas, including family-based green cards, asylum, removal defense, Federal Court litigation, and appeals.

Partner

Reza Mazaheri

Mr. Mazaheri represents individuals in immigration and criminal proceedings in New Jersey. His most recent experience as an NJ prosecutor brings trial and litigation expertise in criminal matters including appeals.

Associate/Business Development Manager

Shervin Abachi

Shervin works with clients on a variety of immigration and entertainment matters. His practice includes preparing and filing visa petitions for artists and entertainers (O, P, EB-1 ), and drafting performance contracts.

Legal Research Assistant

Ashley Nunez

Ashley Nuñez serves as a Paralegal and Research Assistant in our Jersey City and New York offices. She graduated the University of Tennessee’s Chancellor’s Honors Program in May 2015.

Of Counsel

Amir Fadavi

Amir works as an of counsel to Sethi & Mazaheri on topics related to the Office of Foreign Assets (OFAC) regulations. He helps individuals to understand the restrictions put in place by OFAC.

Legal Research Fellow

Peter Schmidt

Peter serves as a Legal Research Fellow in the New York City office. He graduated from Princeton University in May 2020 with degrees in Environmental Studies and Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures.

Legal Research Fellow

Mirabella Roberts

Mirabella Roberts, or Bella for short, serves as a Legal Research Fellow in the New York City office. A recent graduate from Brown University with a B.A. in Literary Arts and Public Policy…

Paralegal

Yuleiss Tejada

Yuleiss Tejada serves as a paralegal in the New York City office. She graduated from the University at Albany in 2016 with a double major in Psychology and Criminal Justice, and later went on to obtain her Masters degree in Criminal Justice.

Paralegal

Michael Ibarra

Michael Ibarra serves as a Paralegal in our New York office. He graduated from the City College of New York with a degree in Biology, after leaving the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education’s seven-year B.S./M.D. program.

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2019 Success Facts

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Family-Based Petitions Approved

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Artist Visas Obtained

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Travel Ban Waivers Approved

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Inadmissibility Waivers Approved

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Employment-Based Petitions Approved

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Asylum Claims Granted

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Victories in Immigration

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Green Cards Obtained

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Work Authorizations Obtained


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