Aleen Bagdasaryan recently celebrated her two-year anniversary as a member of the Alcorn Immigration Law team. Congratulations!
As our firm’s senior case manager, Aleen organizes and monitors clients’ cases, completes documentation, and schedules court cases and meetings. She is an invaluable member of the Alcorn team, helping us optimize efficiency for both clients and staff.
From a young age, Aleen knew she wanted to pursue immigration law. Born in Iran, Aleen and her family immigrated to the U.S. when she was seven years old. Growing up, she yearned to help those who want to have the same opportunities she has had in the U.S.
Aleen earned her law degree from the University of San Francisco School of Law in 2015. While attending law school, she worked at an immigration law firm as a law clerk focusing on corporate immigration law. She also served as a member of the USF Law Review and tutored students in legal research and writing.
“I am thrilled to be a part of such a hardworking and devoted team,” she says. The most rewarding aspect of her job, she adds, is “seeing the direct and positive effect our work has on the lives of our clients.”
We’re thrilled Aleen is a part of the Alcorn Immigration Law team—and thrilled to celebrate her two-year anniversary with us.
More About Aleen
Aleen graduated cum laude and with honors from UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in political science and a minor in civic engagement. While attending UCLA, she served in JusticeCorps, an award-winning service program of AmeriCorps that has provided legal assistance to millions of people since it launched in 2004.
She is fluent in Armenian.
About Alcorn Immigration Law
Founded in 2015, Alcorn Immigration Law is Silicon Valley’s premier immigration and nationality law firm.
The Alcorn Immigration Law team believes immigration yields innovation. We know immigration law inside and out. And we can determine the best strategies and marshal the best resources to help you, your family or your employees come to or remain in the U.S. Contact us for a consultation.