Noemi Martinez

Noemi Martinez

Immigration Paralegal

Practice Area: Immigration Law

Noemi Martinez has an Associates Degree in Science from Paradise Valley Community College and been an immigration paralegal for about 10 years. She has experience with USCIS and immigration court filings. Before joining Rose Law Group, Martinez was a team leader in one of the biggest immigration firms in Phoenix, AZ for 7 years. She was in charge in training and supervising employees, having direct contact with clients, and making sure deadlines were met. She says she is very proud of what she does because she has the ability to change people’s lives every day for the better.

In The News

WATCH: Years after fleeing Afghanistan for Arizona, interpreter granted asylum — with assistance from Darius Amiri, Rose Law Group immigration department chair

By Brooke Wagner | KOLD TUCSON, Ariz. (13 News) – 13 News has an update on an Afghan refugee we’ve been following since his arrival in Tucson nearly three years ago. “Zabi” was just granted asylum in the U.S. The interpreter spent 10 years risking his life working for the U.S. military. When the U.S. left Afghanistan, Zabi was left

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American military translator who narrowly escaped Taliban granted asylum — with help from Rose Law Group Immigration Department Chair Darius Amiri

By Digital Free Press Immigration Attorney Darius Amiri of Scottsdale-based Rose Law Group has successfully obtained asylum approval for a client whose bravery aided U.S. troops during the hostile Taliban takeover in Afghanistan in 2021. Zabi, a military translator, had a harrowing journey as a refuge and due to his work with the Marines, his life was in imminent danger during a

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WATCH: Afghan interpreter granted asylum years after fleeing to Arizona; Darius Amiri, Rose Law Group immigration department chair, talks to 12 News about his client’s journey

Screengrab via 12 News By Colleen Sikora | 12 News TUCSON, Ariz. — An interpreter who worked alongside the Marines in Afghanistan for years is now officially an asylee in the United States. Zabi, who was an Afghan interpreter who fled the Middle East as a refugee, has been waiting to be granted asylum for more than two years. Zabi

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