ROD N. ARMANDE, ESQ.
Licensed to practice federal immigration law; Licensed to practice law in California; Not licensed to practice law outside of the state of California.
Rod obtained his Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Georgia where he was a Hope Scholarship recipient and named to the Dean’s Honor List. Rod then obtained his Juris Doctor from Western State College of Law in Orange County. He received the Immigration Law Practice Certificate for completing a rigorous course of study and providing more than 300 hours of pro bono representation to non-citizens who cannot otherwise afford legal representation before Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) and Executive Office of Immigration Review (“Immigration Court”). While in law school, he also served as the president of the Society of Immigration Law and Advocacy.
Rod is a first-generation American, who found his passion for immigration law during law school when he participated in the Immigration Clinic and Advanced Immigration Clinic as a Certified Student Attorney. Rod also participated in the Summer 2015 Internship Program at Community Lawyers, Inc. where he received further exposure to the legal field with an emphasis on public interest and immigration law.
Upon graduation, Rod worked for a number of immigration law firms in the Los Angeles area. He has successfully helped hundreds of non-citizens obtain legal status before USCIS and Immigration Court. Rod understands the difference a diligent and compassionate immigration attorney can make for someone facing deportation. As an Associate Attorney at Los Angeles Immigration Attorneys, he strives to provide that difference to each of his clients.
Rod is an active member, in good standing, of the State Bar of California, and member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association.