Eman Pahlavani is a passionate asylum immigration attorney dedicated to helping clients obtain asylum in the United States. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire School of Law with high honors and was one of twenty students in the nation to be admitted into the Honorable Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program. After law school, Eman worked with Catholic Charities handling immigration cases for indigent clients.
As an immigration attorney, Eman has helped hundreds of people who have been persecuted in their home country’s obtain green cards through asylum. Eman’s work has been praised in such prominent publications as Forbes, Boston Globe, Washington Post, Boston Herald, CNN, Fox News, among others. He is also nationally recognized as a legal scholar within the realm of asylum immigration law. As a second generation immigrant, Eman has seen the struggles of immigrating to the United States and knows exactly what it takes to obtain a green card. Today, Eman has built his practice to what is now a nationally recognized law firm for asylum applicants.
- Member: State Bar of New Hampshire (Admitted in every state in the United States for asylum law)
- Member/Graduate of Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program