Mr. Hormuzd Henry Ezzati earned his bachelor of science degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara and is an active member in good standing of the California State Bar. With a niche focus on United States immigration and nationality law, Mr. Ezzati has been involved in multiple immigration cases on issues such as the retroactive application of immigration laws and administrative decisions, the EB-5 investor program, federal district court lawsuits to compel administrative action, consular non-reviewability litigation.
In addition, Henry also represents individual and corporate interests in the negotiations of contracts in a full range of subjects including purchase and sale of businesses, real estate sales, as well as formation of corporate entities and limited liability companies.
Henry began his legal career as a litigation assistant working at Inman & Associates, PC for Mr. Maurice C. Inman, Jr., former United States Department of Justice,Immigration and Naturalization Services general counsel, and Mr. T. F. Kranz, former Principal Deputy General Counsel, Department of Army and Navy, the Pentagon. Prior to starting his career in the legal field, Mr. Ezzati worked at Devereux Institute, a a non-profit organization providing services to persons with emotional, developmental, and learning disabilities.
Outside his practice, Mr. Ezzati is active in a variety of cultural and community organizations including the Orange County Bar Association Community Outreach Committee, the Orange County Veterans Institute, and the Orange County Public Law Center where he provides pro bono representation.