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
[OP-ED] Rose Law Group Immigration Department Chair Darius Amiri says in YourValley: Time for Congress to do the right thing on DACA
By Darius Amiri, Rose Law Group Immigration Dept. Chair | Your Valley Last Thursday, the latest domino in the DACA saga dropped 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. Opponents of immigration lauded
U.S. judge blocks new applications to DACA program for ‘dreamer’ immigrants; Rose Law Group Immigration Dept. Chair Darius Amiri reacts
By Mica Rosenberg | Reuters NEW YORK, July 16 (Reuters) – A U.S. federal judge in Texas on Friday blocked new applications to a program that protects immigrants who were brought to the United States as children from deportation but said the hundreds of thousands of people already enrolled would not be affected until further court rulings. U.S. District Judge
Darius Amiri, immigration law chair at Rose Law Group, comments on Afghan interpreter for U.S. military being denied asylum
By Holden Walter-Warner | Daily Mail An Afghan interpreter currently living in Iowa claims he is facing deportation and has lost contact with the Department of Homeland Security for giving a piece of bread to the Taliban when he was a child. Zalmay Niazy served the U.S. military as an interpreter from 2007 to 2014 in Afghanistan before returning to the United