Tatiana S. Aristova concentrates her practice exclusively in immigration law. Ms. Aristova represents clients before the administrative agencies, such as the Department of Homeland Security (US CIS and ICE), the US Department of Justice, including Immigration Courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals. Ms. Aristova also litigates immigration cases and appeals in federal courts, including the US Circuit Courts of Appeals and the US District Courts.
Ms. Aristova provides representation in various immigration matters, such as extraordinary ability petitions, family immigration, employment based immigration, asylum and representation in removal proceedings.
Ms. Aristova received her J.D. from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA (2000), where she was an editor of Temple Law Review (1999-2000).Ms. Aristova received her B.A. and M.A. degrees in Structural and Applied Linguistics from the Moscow State University in Moscow, Russia (1992). She attended the international student Master of Arts program in Linguistics at Syracuse University, NY (1993).
Ms. Aristova is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. She is admitted to practice in the following courts and jurisdictions: PA Supreme Court (2000); NJ Supreme Court (2000); US District Court for the Eastern District of PA (2000); US District Court for the District of NJ (2001); US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (2000); US Court of Appeals or the Second Circuit (2003); US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (2002); US Court of Appeal for the Ninth Circuit (2003).