Brandon Rios attended the University of Arizona where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Minored in Spanish and Religious Studies. He then entered into the paralegal studies program at Phoenix College where he obtained his Paralegal Certificate in 2019. While enrolled in the paralegal program, Brandon also worked in a restaurant as a line cook where he sharpened his Spanish skills collaborating with co-workers from all over Central and South America. Brandon trained as an Immigration extern at Tait and Hall, PLLC and then went on to be employed as an Immigration Paralegal at Amiri Law Offices, PLLC prior to joining Rose Law Group. Brandon enjoys hiking, watching movies, and eating and cooking spicy food from across the globe.
In The News
Rose Law Group Immigration Department Chair Darius Amiri talks to 12 News about helping Afghan refugees, translators escape Afghanistan
By Mitch Carr | 12News Phoenix ARIZONA, USA — The Taliban re-took Afghanistan so quickly that many Afghans that supported and worked with the United States during the nearly 20-year war were left scrambling for safety. One of those American allies is a translator nicknamed “Zabi.” Darius Amiri, an immigration attorney at Rose Law Group in Scottsdale, is working to
Darius Amiri, head of Rose Law Group immigration law department, speaks about Afghanistan crisis with 3TV
Broadcasted by 3TV/CBS5/AZFamily Stranded in-country: Rose Law Group Immigration Dept. Chair Darius Amiri discusses ‘Zabi,’ an interpreter who worked with U.S Marines and who has applied for a special immigrant visa but is now stuck in Afghanistan with his life in danger. Avenue of escape: There is little time to waste in trying to get Zabi out of Afghanistan, so Amiri “has been reaching
[OP-ED] Rose Law Group Immigration Department Chair Darius Amiri in Arizona Capitol Times: Time for Congress to do the right thing on DACA
By Darius Amiri, Rose Law Group Immigration Dept. Chair | Arizona Capitol Times The latest domino in the DACA saga fell when Judge Andrew Hannen out of the Southern District of Texas ruled that the DACA program was unlawful, immediately halting the processing of an estimated 55,000 first time DACA applications currently in the pipeline. While it’s clear from the language