Frances Arroyo, Esq.
Licensed to practice federal immigration law; Licensed to practice law in California; Not licensed to practice law outside of the state of California.
Frances pursued her bachelor’s degree in Political Science and International Relations at American University in Washington, DC. During her time in D.C., she pursued legal courses abroad in Rome, Italy at John Cabot University.
Additionally, Frances studied law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where she received her J.D. with a specialty in global legal studies. She also undertook Business Law courses in Zhejiang University College of Law in Hangzhou, China.
During her career as an immigration attorney, Frances has focused on tackling complicated cases and employing successful legal strategy. Throughout her career, she has tirelessly navigated through the complicated immigration system in pursuit of obtaining legal rights for her undocumented clients. She has represented clients before most immigration agencies nationwide. Frances held a leadership position with the American Immigration Lawyers Association (“AILA”) as the liaison for the New Members Division in Los Angeles. In 2014, AILA published her article Adjustment of Status Options Under the Violence Against Women’s Act. Frances has been named Top Attorney by Pasadena Magazine, Top 100 Lawyers and Top 40 under 40 by The National Advocates. She has been admitted to practice law before Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, U.S. District Court for the Southern and Central District of California.