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Mar 1984Present


Law Office of Enrique Arevalo


Sep 1976Jun 1979


Western State University College of Law
Sep 1972Jun 1976


California State University of Los Angeles


The Law Office of Enrique Arevalo focuses on the practice of immigration, naturalization, and nationality law. In 1984, Enrique Arevalo founded his law office in Los Angeles and has since developed it into a larger firm based in South Pasadena, California. Mr. Arevalo began practicing law in order to aid his clients with immigration issues such as deportation, appeals, family petitions, waivers and consular processing, adjustment of status cases, political asylum petitions, and the attainment of citizenship and investor visas. As the firm’s founder, Enrique Arevalo meticulously manages his firm’s daily operations and supervises his highly qualified staff. Currently, Enrique Arevalo’s staff consists of five attorneys recruited from some of the nation’s finest universities, three management employees, five paralegals, and two receptionists. The Law Office of Enrique Arevalo will provide fair and thorough representation before immigration services in both court and administrative hearings.

Enrique Arevalo has accrued an extensive list of credentials within the litigation community. He currently serves on the Mexican American Bar Association’s Immigration Committee, the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Immigration Law Section, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and the Central American Resource Center. Additionally, he is a member of the Board of Directors for the White Memorial Medical Center Charitable Foundation and serves as an designated legal advisor to the Mexican government. Mr. Arevalo has also received numerous awards for service to his community from the Mexican American Bar Association, the Central American Resource Center, and the U.S. Department of Justice. Enrique Arevalo was also acknowledged with a Golden Mike Award for his television news broadcast segment, Casos y Cosas de Inmigracion, on KWHY-TV. In 1995, Enrique Arevalo served as President of the Mexican American Bar Association and was recognized for his community service by the organization in 2007. In 1996, Mr. Arevalo was awarded for his efforts with a Professional Merit Award by La Voz de Michoacán, a newspaper published in Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico.

The Law Office of Enrique Arevalo strives to provide justice to those who seek fair and compassionate representation. For more information, please visit their website at


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