Roujin Mozaffarimehr

Roujin Mozaffarimehr is an Associate Attorney who practices immigration and nationality law, working a full range of immigration matters with a specialization in business immigration. She manages the firm’s H-1B practice and immigration compliance services.

Roujin assists corporate clients including start-ups, consulting companies, and product companies with developing their immigration programs through H-1Bs, L-1 intracompany transferees, non-immigrant and immigrant aliens of extraordinary ability petitions, and treaty-based classifications including E-1s, E-2s, E-3s, and TNs. She works with corporate clients to ensure Public Access File and I-9 compliance.

Roujin further specializes in F-1 student matters, include maintenance of status issues, OPT, and CPT matters. She also routinely files Motions to Reopen and Reconsider and Appeals filed with the Administrative Appeals Office and has been successful in securing her clients approvals.

Roujin also works on various Green Card matters, including EB-1 petitions, marriage-based petitions, and naturalization.

Roujin’s experience with a full spectrum of immigration matters provides clients with an in-depth source of knowledge that covers both corporate and individual client needs. Previously she worked on a BALCA case that was adopted as a precedent decision.

Roujin is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). She served as the co-liaison of AILA Santa Clara Valley Chapter’s (AILA-SCV) New Member Division (2017-2018) and is currently the Secretary of AILA-SCV (2018-2019). She is also a member of the Iranian American Bar Association (IABA), Northern California Chapter.

Roujin received her Juris Doctor degree from Santa Clara School of Law, where she received the Witkin Award for Excellence in Advanced Immigration Law and was selected as a Research Fellow at the Panetta Institute for Public Policy under the direction of Secretary Leon Panetta. During her tenure, she worked with the Northern California Innocence Project and the Katharine and Alexander Community Law Center’s immigration clinic. She received her MBA from Santa Clara University’s Leavey School of Business, and her Bachelor’s degree from Santa Clara University, where she served as a Hackworth Fellow at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.

Roujin is fluent in Farsi, with conversational fluency in Italian.