Carmen Casado has been practicing U.S. immigration law since 2004. Over the years she has assisted numerous world renowned athletes, artists, researchers, entrepreneurs and scientists to obtain immigration status based on their extraordinary abilities.  She has also worked with many start-up technology companies to onboard staff, and has experience litigating before the Executive Office for Immigration Review.  Carmen graduated from California Western School of Law magna cum laude with a full-ride (100% tuition) scholarship.  There she served as Associate Editor of the CWSL International Law Journal, and a member of the Jessup International Moot Court Team. She has authored and published several articles including one that was excerpted in International Law and World Order Thompson and West 4th Ed.   Carmen is admitted to practice law in California and New York States. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and California Lawyers for the Arts.  She has lived in the United States, Spain, the Dominican Republic and Chile, and is bilingual in English and Spanish.  She is the daughter of a Spanish immigrant and holds dual citizenship with Spain. 

Education: B.A. Lewis and Clark College  &  J.D., magna cum laude, California Western School of Law                                                                                                                                             


Ting Ni began her immigration career as a paralegal over 10 years ago, working on employment-based cases for scientists and academics. As an attorney, her practice has centered on assisting extraordinary individuals and high-growth companies across different industries with a wide variety of immigration needs. She received her J.D. from Notre Dame Law School, cum laude. There, she was the Senior Editor for the Notre Dame Journal of International, Comparative and Human Rights Law and a Member of the school's Moot Court Trial Team and American Bar Association Arbitration Team. Ting is admitted to practice law in California and is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. She has a personal connection to the immigration journey, having moved to the U.S. at 11 from Australia and then becoming a citizen at 19. Ting is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.

Education: B.A. University of Notre Dame J.D., cum laude, Notre Dame Law School

Carrie Lind has worked for Casado Law as a Legal Assistant and Case Manager since 2014. She has prior experience as a social worker, and brings the skills she developed in that field to Casado Law in working to help our clients. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. She has lived in the United States, Italy, and France, and traveled extensively throughout the rest of Europe. 

 Education:  B.A. Lewis and Clark College