Attorney at Sethi & Mazaheri, LLC.
Mr. Feodoroff represents individuals petitioning for benefits with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), as well as respondents seeking relief from deportation in front of the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR). Before joining Sethi & Mazaheri, LLC., Mr. Feodoroff was a law clerk with Garfield Law Group in Washington D.C. As a law clerk, Mr. Feodoroff focused on developing his knowledge of asylum law as it relates to the protected ground of: Particular Social Group.
During law school, Mr. Feodoroff developed a comprehensive and multifaceted understanding of U.S. immigration law. Mr. Feodoroff was a student law clerk with the Buffalo, New York Immigration Court under Hon. Immigration Judge Montante and Hon. Immigration Judge Hochul. During his time with the court, Mr. Feodoroff spent countless hours observing various types of courtroom proceedings, as well as drafting a bench decision on eligibility for asylum, withholding of removal, and relief under the Convention Against Torture. Mr. Feodoroff also spent nearly two years with Journey’s End Refugee Services (JERS), a refugee resettlement agency. While helping to provide quality legal representation for recently arrived refugees and their families, Mr. Feodoroff developed an in-depth knowledge of family-based immigration petitions, asylum law, and crim-immigration. As a result of his dedication, the University at Buffalo School of Law awarded Mr. Feodoroff the Alumni Association’s Buffalo Public Interest Law Fellowship.
Mr. Feodoroff was also selected to join his law school’s moot court team. As a member of the Niagara Cup Moot Court team he was charged with representing both applicant and respondent on the issues of U.S. deportability of foreign nationals, mandatory deportation, family unity, access to legal counsel during deportation proceedings, and the rights of a child. Advancing to the national round in Washington D.C., the team advance to the semi-final round before being eliminated. Mr. Feodoroff was awarded the Henry T. King Jr. Prize and acknowledgment for Respondent Memorial. Mr. Feodoroff received his B.A. from Hunter College, City University of New York (magna cum laude) and his J.D. from the University at Buffalo Law School (cum laude). He is admitted in New York and Minnesota bars. Mr. Feodoroff’s area of practice in New York is currently limited solely to Immigration and Nationality Law. As a Russian-American lawyer, Mr. Feodoroff also remains active in the Russian community.
In his spare time, Mr. Feodoroff enjoys outdoor activities, road trips, and watching his beloved N.Y. Mets.