- Partner -
Darius Amiri, Esq.
Darius Amiri is a partner and the founding attorney of the immigration practice group at Tait & Hall. Darius has litigated thousands of immigration matters ranging from deportation defense, bond hearings and asylum claims to employment and business-related immigration cases and family petitions. Darius’s client portfolio consists of nationalities from all over the globe. Darius focuses on immigration matters in Arizona and California, and he is licensed to appear in Immigration Courts across the United States, in U.S. District Court in Arizona, at the Board of Immigration Appeals and in the Ninth Circuit.
Prior to joining Tait & Hall, Darius was the managing immigration attorney at the highest-volume law firm in Arizona and then ventured out on his own to found Amiri Law Offices in southern California. While practicing in California, Darius volunteered at LAX during the “Muslim Ban,” appeared in immigration courts all over the state, successfully secured the release of hundreds of people from the Department of Homeland Security and assisted the ACLU in filing an injunction against the Trump Administration and U.S. Customs and Border Patrol for its unlawful limitation of access to detainees.
When he is not in the court room, Darius enjoys volunteering, listening to music and attending concerts, cooking, playing tennis and spending time outdoors with his wife, son and dogs.
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- 2019-2020 AILA Arizona Chapter ICE Liaison Chairperson
- 2019-2020 Vice Chair of the Immigration Section for the State Bar of Arizona
- Bar Admissions
- Immigration Courts
- United States District Court for the District of Arizona
- Board of Immigration Appeals
- United States Court of Appeal for the Ninth Circuit
- University of California, San Diego
- Bachelor’s Degrees: World Literature and Political Science – International Relations
- Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University
- Juris Doctor with focus on civil justice and mediation