At the Law Firm of Leon Hazany & Associates we pride ourselves on personalized service to our clients.
We are passionate about providing quality legal services that are customized to each client’s unique needs.
We take the time to meet and speak with our clients, to understand their needs and to draw up a strategy
exclusive to their situations. We then use the most up-to-date legal resources and innovative legal tactics
to aggressively pursue those strategies, and to deliver a high percentage of success towards our client’s expectations.
This approach takes time and commitment and is very rare to find in the field.
We specialize in providing immigration, post-conviction relief, civil rights litigation, bond hearing and
discrimination legal services. Contact us today for a FREE in-person consultation so that you can discuss
your case privately and safely. We will draw up a plan together and will let you in on our advice,
approach and strategy to successfully resolve your case along with discussing a fee structure that can match
up to your requirements. We are here to give you peace of mind and to give your case the very best opportunity for success.
Our law firm commonly serves clients who have had an unsatisfactory experience with their previous lawyer or
law firm. We are attentive and dedicated to providing you with specialized, zealous and effective representation
for your specific needs and requirements.
To learn more about our practice and our attorneys, feel free to click on the links on this webpage or contact us by telephone or email. Remember, your first meeting with us in our office is free.
“I first met with Mr. Hazany in early 2009 concerning issues I had with an H1-B visa that was handled by a different firm. This initial consultation (which he didn't charge me for) lasted almost two hours. He explained in great detail what my options were if I decided to pursue a different kind of work authorization. Not only did it become clear that my previous lawyer cut corners, but that the H1-B was not, given the type of work I do, the best fit as a visa. Given my interest in starting a company in Los Angeles and the kind of work maneuverability ...”
— Luc Des Groseillers
President, Main Sequence, Inc.
“Hi my name is Jose, I am 24 years old and live in Lompoc, CA and this is my story. I've been a permanent resident for over 15 years. When I was 4 year old my parents immigrated from Michoacan, Mexico to the U.S in search for a better life and future for me and my sister. I graduated from high school in 2004. have all my friend and family here in Lompoc.
After turning 18 years old I started drinking partying and having what I use to call "fun". In 2005 I got arrested for possession of a control substance. I was sent to Santa Barbara county jail ...”Read More
“Leon is a master of his craft! I am a recent graduate student from USC and wanted to stay in Los Angeles upon completion of my degree.
The process of going from a student status to a more permanent one was intimidating to say the least. There was a plethora of options and I wanted to know which would be best for my needs. My main concern was that I did not want to be at the mercy of any corporate sponsorship. I met with a handful of lawyers who offered me a free consultation, but all of them made me feel rushed and unimportant. Not one of them ...”
C.E.O. From The Guy Prods, Inc
“As a young child my mom moved the two of us to U.S. from Mexico in search of a better life. I completed school all the way through high school. That’s when I met my husband. It was a typical romance, I fell very much in love and of course I accepted when he proposed marriage. After our wedding my life changed dramatically. My husband became verbally and physically violent. Even minor issues such as cooking a dish that he did not want to eat that night could set him off. I was very scared, but felt trapped because my husband threatened to have me ...”Read More
“For thirty years I was discriminated against, violently attacked, ridiculed and persecuted in my home country solely due to my sexual orientation. After enduring this for years and witnesses other members of the GLBT community endure it also, I could not tolerate it any more and began to openly speak out against the government practices underlying the persecution. That is when I was beaten and nearly killed by the police. I had no choice but to flee to the United States in search of refuge. I met with several immigration attorneys about my case, ...”Read More
“I was a lawful permanent resident for nearly a decade when an Immigration Judge ordered that I deported after my attorney filed the wrong application with his court. I had trusted my attorney and he had betrayed that trust. I immediately switched to a new attorney to help me appeal the deportation order to the BIA, but that appeal was denied. I had thirty days to decide if I was going to take the case any further. I had already spent thousands of dollars and had lost not only that, but also lost my hope. I believed that I was going to lose my wife, ...”Read More