Mr. Mendoza is dedicated 100% to US Immigration and
Naturalization Law. Licensed to practice Immigration Law
in every US State through his admissions to the Federal 9th
Circuit Court and Washington State Bar (WSBA43857).
He is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers
Association, and is also the founder of Simply Legal USA,
Fluent in Spanish and Korean, his background is quite unique. His father is from Michoacán Mexico, and his mother from Portland, OR. He was raised in the great Northwest outside of Portland, and transplanted in 1998 to the Central Valley of Northern California. He completed his formal education on scholarship at Brigham Young University – Provo, UT with his Bachelor’s degree in Koreanjn Studies in 2005. He concluded his legal studies on scholarship in 2010 at Thomas Jefferson School of Law.
“ . . . I wanted to be at the border of the United States and Mexico, and learn hands-on and work with a wide variety of hot immigration law border issues that I couldn’t have experienced anywhere else.” - Elias Mendoza, Esq.
His Korea experience grew from his volunteer missionary work for two years in Seoul for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
With offices principally located in Sacramento and
Stockton, CA, and Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua Mexico, Mr.
Mendoza works with local families, overseas investors,
students, entrepreneurs, artists (TV, music, design),
families, and businesses. He is frequently interviewed on
nationally renowned Univision, and gives of his time freely
to the community.
“Navigating the labyrinth of the US Immigration law is not as simple as filling out forms. Anyone can fill out these forms. They are so complicated because of the legal issues underlying each question in the forms. Take for example the simple ‘date of entry’ question on most forms. How this is answered can trigger a myriad of consequences with the United States Department of Homeland Security, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Customs and Border Patrol, as well the United States Department of State. Never, simply fill out the forms and ‘hope’ the government will help you.” – Elias Mendoza, Esq.
Mr. Mendoza, and the firm’s approval rate of cases is extremely high, because the firm’s case selection processes is the most selective and detailed in the country. The firm will not extend services unless there is a firm legal basis and high probability for success.
GRABRIEL E. CAMPOS
Gabriel E. Campos is the co-founder of Mendoza & Campos Law Offices,
P.C. Prior to joining forces with Elias G. Mendoza, Mr. Campos was
the founder of Campos Law Offices in Elk Grove, CA and in Sacramento,
CA where he practiced Immigration Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Workers
Compensation Law and Personal Injury. Today, Mr. Campos and Mr. Mendoza
strictly practice 100% Immigration Law.
Gabriel E. Campos was born and raised in South Sacramento, CA where he attended St. Anne’s School and Christian Brothers High School before pursuing his career at the California State University of Stanislaus. Studied abroad in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico while attending CSU Stanislaus.
Being the youngest of a family of twelve, Mr. Campos dreamed of one day becoming an immigration attorney to help families that faced the same difficulties his family did.
As a child, Mr. Campos experienced first-hand how deportation procedures
worked due to being part of a family of immigrants from Jalisco, Mexico.
Mr. Campos pursued the study of law to specifically become an immigration
attorney. Today, Mr. Campos has accomplished his dream.
Mr. Campos attended Lincoln Law School of Sacramento and graduated in the top ten of his class. Mr. Campos received the high honor award of Perfect Attendance for not missing one single day of class from 2009 to 2013. This dedication is carried on today in the legal world and he has now transferred his dedication to his clients. Mr. Campos has a B.A. in Political Science and received his Juris Doctorate from Lincoln Law School on May 12, 2013.Mr. Campos was admitted to the State Bar of California in December 2013. Mr. Campos is fluent in Spanish.
ASSAD A. HAFEEZ
Assad A. Hafeez joined Mendoza & Campos Law Offices, P.C. as an
attorney after graduating from Lincoln Law School Sacramento, in
2015. Bilingual, he speaks English and Spanish. He is admitted to
practice before the Immigration Courts, Eastern District Federal
Court, and is a member in good standing with the California State
Assad A. Hafeez has experience in Asylum, Convention Against Torture, Cancellation of Removal, U-Visa, Prosecutorial Discretion, Adjustment of Status, Immigrant Visas, Marriage based cases, and Waivers. He drafts detailed appellate briefs for the Ninth Circuit Appellate Court, and excels in National Interest Visa Waivers for applicants possessing “an exceptional ability”.
His undergraduate studies at California State University Sacramento (C.S.U.S.)
in International Relations, focusing on global politics and international
issues, prepared him well for the newly established legal standard for National
Interest Visa Waivers. His studies focused on: human rights practices, roles of
international institutions and Non-Governmental Organizations (N.G.O.s), and how
Nations craft policies and seek their interests.
Assad A. Hafeez researches and drafts detailed motions for the Immigration Courts and Board of Immigration Appeals (B.I.A.), where judges commended his work as, as “outstanding”, and recognized as “critical to the outcome” of several high-profile cases; successfully resulting in favorable outcomes.
HECTOR M. DE
Hector is an attorney (Mexican Jurisdiction) registered as a Foreign Legal
Consultant before the State Bar of California
(Foreign Legal Consultant List) . He practiced Mexican and International Law for 11 years in Sacramento, California.
Currently, he is an associate at Mendoza & Campos Law Offices, P.C., and a professor of Legal Spanish at McGeorge School of Law.
Hector associated of-counsel with several prominent law firms in California, including Arnold Law Firm, and Ling & Su, prior to joining Mendoza & Campos Law Offices, P.C.. He is fluent in Spanish and English, and participated in several cases as an expert witness regarding Mexican and
International Law, cultural, and language matters before local and federal courts.
He lectured International Law and International Commercial Law at the University
of Phoenix, Spanish MBA program, and as a Spanish professor for San Mateo and San
Born in Guadalajara, Mexico he attended the Universidad Autonoma de Aguascalientes, where he earned his LL.B. degree.
He then attended Skyline College and Sacramento City College, eventually obtaining his LL.M. degree in Transnational Business Practice from McGeorge School of Law; he also obtained a certificate degree in Migration and Governance from CIDE, a think tank institution located in Mexico City.