The Law Office of Todd Becraft was established in 2009 when Todd Becraft acquired the law practice of Timothy Everett, now an immigration judge at the Adelanto Detention Facility. Previously Mr. Becraft was an associate at the Law Office of Judith Wood and Jesse Moorman, a boutique immigration firm located in the artist’s district in Los Angeles.
Irwin Avelino is of counsel and is an expert in employment based visas and is fluent in Tagalog. Daniel Huang is of counsel and he is an expert in investor visas and transactional immigration matters. Daniel is fluent in Taiwanese and Mandarin.
Paralegals Sandy Gomez and Dennis Escobar are both native Angelinos who received their formative immigration law training while clerking at the Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) in Los Angeles. Both are fluent in Spanish. Marine Dolian has worked with our firm for over ten (10) years as a legal assistant and is fluent in Armenian and Russian.
2009 – A.C.L.U. Pro Bono Raids Response Team
The Law Office of Todd Becraft was a part of the Response Team that represented immigrants, arrested and detained as a result of unlawful immigration enforcement raids at Sun Microsystems. We believe in contributing to the welfare of immigrants by supporting a substantial pro bono practice.
2012 – United States Supreme Court
The Law Office of Todd Becraft was a member of the legal team that represented the petitioners in Kawashima v. Holder at the United States Supreme Court.
2013 – LA Commmons
The Law Office of Todd Becraft assisted non-profit LA Commons sponsorship of Nigerian singing group Adunni and Nefertiti who performed at the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre and Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
Meet the Team:
At the Law Office of Todd Becraft each client is important and unique, receiving our full attention and creativity. Our years of experience, commitment to excellence, and thoughtful approach to diverse matters set Law Office of Todd Becraft apart from other immigration law firms. Our thoroughness in the analysis and the preparation of each case, combined with our of experience and expertise, sets us apart from other immigration law firms.
In the Press:
“In some cases U-visas are given to undocumented victims of rape by ‘coyotes’ while crossing the border, like in the case of a client of Todd Becraft, another attorney in Los Angeles, who assisted a Salvadoran woman that crossed [the border] by Texas and was the victim of sexual assault by the trafficker who helped her illegally enter the country.”
La Opinion, July 1, 2011, Pilar Marrero