Pablo Zamora has a Bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University. He obtained his Juris Doctorate from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 2009. While attending Thomas Jefferson School of Law, Pablo Zamora served as the President of the Student Bar Association.  Additionally, he was the Vice President of the Public Interest Law Foundation.

Having worked in the legal field for over a decade, Pablo Zamora is dedicated to helping individuals as they navigate through the complex immigration laws and immigration court system.  He understands the urgent needs of undocumented individuals as well as those who hold a green card status.  Realizing that many individuals do not have the knowledge required to adequately represent themselves, he strives to educate individuals and organizations on the important areas of immigration law that apply to their cases.  

Pablo Zamora was admitted to the Federal Bar in Washington D.C. as a practicing attorney in 2011.  Pablo Zamora is not a California licensed attorney, but is an attorney licensed in another state or territory of the United States (Washington D.C.) and is authorized by federal law to represent persons before the Immigration Courts, Board of Immigration Appeals or the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.