POUYAN DARIAN, ESQ.
Mr. Darian studied Philosophy, Politics, and Law at Binghamton University and soon thereafter graduated from Pace University School of Law with honors. During his final year of law school, Mr. Darian was immersed in Pace's Immigration Justice Clinic, which allowed him to explore the immigration process which his parents navigated little more than a decade prior. Upon graduation, Mr. Darian was awarded a post-graduate fellowship with the Pace Community Law Practice, a community based non-profit legal service provider, where he gained substantial experience handling family-based immigration petitions and litigating removal defense cases. He co-founded Darian Stout in 2014.
Mr. Darian focuses his practice within the field of immigration law and represents a diverse range of clients. He regularly appears in Immigration Court on behalf of his clients to prevent their deportation from the United States, even when the removal proceeding was triggered by a criminal conviction. He has obtained visas, employment authorization (work permits), "green cards" (Permanent Resident Cards), and citizenship for his clients. He has helped families navigate consular offices abroad and the adjustment of status process in the United States. In addition to his experience litigating removal defense cases in various Immigration Courts, Mr. Darian also works with children and crime victims to ensure that they receive the immigration benefits that they deserve.
KERRIANN STOUT, ESQ.
Ms. Stout graduated with high honors from Pace University with a bachelor’s degree in Modern Languages and Cultures and a minor in Political Science. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree, Ms. Stout graduated with honors from Pace University School of Law. During law school, Ms. Stout gained valuable trial experience by participating in the St. John’s Peter James Johnson National Civil Rights Competition and the Young Texas Lawyer Association National Trial Competition. As a result of her dedication to public service, Ms. Stout was a Pro Bono Justice Award Recipient. After law school, Ms. Stout accepted a fellowship with the Pace Community Law Practice, where she developed a passion for immigration law and removal defense. In addition to being a founding partner of Darian Stout, Ms. Stout is an adjunct professor at Pace University School of Law.
Ms. Stout has gained substantial experience handling all aspects of family and humanitarian based petitions. Ms. Stout focuses her practice on representing clients who are facing deportation from the United States. She provides a voice for young children, victims of abuse, and individuals with mental health issues who are unable to face the Immigration Courts without a zealous advocate. Ms. Stout has successfully advocated on behalf of her clients in order to prevent their removal from the United States.
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