He is a member of the Bar for the state of California . During law school Attorney... more
He is a member of the Bar for the state of California . During law school Attorney Sethi worked for several immigration law firms and as a result has over ten years of experience in complex immigration matters. Mr. Sethi's knowledge of immigration matters is broad, including employment-based immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, family-based permanent residence matters, and naturalization. Mr. Set... view profile
Melinda received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Philosophy from the... more
Melinda received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Philosophy from the University of California at Davis. While at UC Davis she was actively involved in local non-profits assisting survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault with various legal issues. She later earned her Juris Doctorate from Whittier Law School in 2009, where she received the 2007 Public Interest Schol... view profile
I am a TRIAL LAWYER. I have been practicing criminal law for the past 10+ years,... more
I am a TRIAL LAWYER. I have been practicing criminal law for the past 10+ years, with an emphasis on presenting a case to a jury in the most effective way possible. I began my carreer as a trial in law school where I was a member of the Southwestern University School of Law's ITAP trial competition team. As a member of the trial team, I competed and won national honors in competitions in LA, At... view profile
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