Mrs. Roya Donna Habich

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Habich Law, PLC
2200 N. Central Avenue
Suite 504

Phoenix, AZ 85004

Habich Law, PLC is a full service immigration law firm.  We provide legal services in every facet of the U.S. immigration law to our clients throughout the United States and from around the world.  We can represent your interests no matter where you live. 

Roya Habich is a member of AILA, and the State Bars of Arizona and Wisconsin.  She speaks Spanish and Persian.

Roya graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2006 with Bachelor degrees in History and Spanish, in the Honors program.  In 2009, she earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Wisconsin Law School.  While in law school, Roya was a member of the Wisconsin International Law Journal and authored a published article. 
Although born in Memphis, Tennessee, Roya’s parents are from the Middle East.   Roya has travelled the world learning about other cultures, languages, peoples, and food.  She has taught English in China, and studied in Turkey and Spain.  She has also engaged in many community service projects in several countries in Central America and Eastern Europe.  Roya’s exposures to various cultures have enabled her to understand the immigration and social issues facing people from many parts of the world.  She has a passion for justice and service to others.

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