Patricia G. Mejia

Was born in Lima, Peru and immigrated to the US as a teenager.  Her family had to navigate through the US immigration system until she finally obtained Lawful Permanent Resident status, and eventually US citizenship.  She is now in private practice in Tucson, Arizona, where she focuses on removal and deportation defense.  Ms. Mejia was previously an Equal Justice Fellow at the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project, Inc., where she designed and taught pro se representation courses to immigration detainees at the Eloy Detention Center.  Ms. Mejia is a member of AILA, the National Immigration Project and a graduate of Boston College Law School, and of Columbia University.

She is licensed to practice law in the State of Arizona.  She has been admitted to practice before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and to the Arizona US District Court.

Selma Taljanovic

Was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. She came to the United States as a refugee. Her interest in immigration law comes from being an immigrant herself. Because of her life experience, Ms. Taljanovic can identify with immigrant clients and their struggles to provide a better life for themselves and their families. Ms. Taljanovic advocates for each of her clients with compassion and dedication.

Ms. Taljanovic received her law degree from the Thomas M. Cooley School of Law and her undergraduate degree from the University of Washington. She is admitted to the Bar in Arizona and is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.