• We will explore all available options to allow you or your loved one the opportunity to obtain legal status in the United States.
  • We will tell you the truth about your case and will not make false promises.
  • We will explain the legal process in a language you can understand.
  • We will not charge you for services that you do not need.


Sarah K. Bazzi, Esq. (Owner)

Sarah K. Bazzi, Esq. (Owner)

I established Bazzi Immigration Law in 2010 because I wanted to help immigrant families stay together.  

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Ms. Corona was born to Mexican parents on the White Sands Missile Range located just outside Alamogordo, New Mexico.  

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We offer a wide range of services designed to keep families together and to assist families seeking asylum in the United States.

We have helped numerous family members of U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents immigrate to the United States or normalize their immigration status.

If you are here without lawful status, we can assess your case and inform you if you are eligible for a waiver. We have helped many people complete waivers and navigate the consular process.

If you want to help family members or a fiancé immigrate to the U.S., we can tell you whether that is possible and help you with the process.

If you have fled to the United States seeking safety, we can help you apply for asylum with the asylum office or with the immigration court. The Trump administration has attempted to limit the legal bases for asylum so it is essential that you have the assistance of lawyers who are experienced with asylum cases. We have helped hundreds of clients with their asylum cases and have filed numerous petitions for family members.

It can be frightening and stressful to be in removal proceedings. However, sometimes this is the only way to obtain lawful status in the United States. We have years of experience with the immigration judges at the Arlington and Baltimore Immigration courts and have assisted hundreds of clients with their cases. Our team can help you navigate the process and stand by you as you fight for your safety or to keep your family together.

If you have been the victim of a crime and have helped the police, you may be eligible for a U-visa, which is a path to permanent residency.

We are happy to help you using all available immigration opportunities. We have assisted military members with family petitions. We have helped many of our clients become citizens. We have assisted clients obtain or maintain DACA.