Amin Ganjalizadeh graduated from The Catholic University of America with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Spanish. He went on to earn his Juris Doctor at New England Law|Boston and was admitted to the Massachusetts State Bar in 2014. Amin has extensive experience in family-based and defensive immigration, and has practiced in Boston, Baltimore, and Arlington Immigration Courts. Amin is fluent in Farsi, Spanish, and Portuguese which has assisted him in providing valuable help to numerous clients who hail from around the world. Prior to joining the Leyruta team, Amin worked on criminal, family, and immigration matters in Boston, Massachusetts, and focused primarily on Family-Based Visas, Asylum and Withholding, 42B Cancellation, and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status cases. Amin is a proud father and the founder of a Boston-based non-profit organization which aims to uplift low-income, at-risk high school students from adversity by providing rewards and incentives for high academic performance and attendance. He hopes to expand the organization to the Washington, D.C. area in the coming years.