Founder and principal attorney of Law Offices of Wiliani-Malek, Inc.

Board Certified Immigration and Nationality Attorney,  

“I help my clients to fulfill their greatest dreams of their lifetime to legally enter or live in United States of America. I know there is no single approach that could work in every case; that is how I apply my vast experience and specialization skills in order to come up with the most workable remedy for each situation to bring my clients’ dream to reality.  My great passion is through legal resolution bring peace, happiness and smile to my clients.”     

Parvin Wiliani is an experienced attorney known for her devotion to her clients and devotion to immigration and nationality law.  Parvin Wiliani is a loving wife and mother.  Ever since she was young she had a strong passion in advocating for others. She attended the University of Texas-Arlington for her undergraduate degree in biochemistry, but decided to switch her focus to law. After moving around a bit, she settled in Orange County, California in 1992.

Upon earning her Jurist Doctor Degree from Western State University, College of Law, California in 1999; she successfully passed the Bar Exam at the first attempt in 2000. She founded her law firm and after a short period focused her practice on Immigration and Nationality with providing legal services to wide variety of clients  from all over the world including Iran, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Brazil, Peru, France, Germany, England, Spain, Italy, Canada,   Australia, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, United Emirate Arab, Turkey, Malawi, China, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, ….

Parvin started a new chapter in her practice with achieving attorney specialization in Immigration and Nationality law by State Bar of California Board of Specialization on July 1, 2017. As a specialized Immigration and Naturalization attorney, Parvin can litigate complex Immigration cases for clients across the U.S. and around the world with assurance to her clients as to the high level of representation in their immigration matters in all types of business and family petitions, Non Immigrant visa practice, U.S. Consular Practice, Removal Defense and complicated Appeal practice.

Also, as a Certified Mediator with DARPA Collaborative Mediation Programs in Orange County California in 2001, Parvin has implemented mediation techniques to resolve appropriate matters when litigation seems a costly and lengthy process.


  • Supreme Court of the State of California (July, 2000)
  • United States District Court-Central District (July, 2000)
  • State Bar of the State of California (July, 2000)
  • United States District Court-Southern District (June, 2007)
  • Orange County Bar Association (2003 to present)
  • Orange County bar Association Immigration Section (2008 to present)
  • Orange County bar Association Solo and Small Law Firm Section (2014 to present)
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (2007 to present)


  • English and Farsi: Fluent, Read and write
  • Spanish: Conversational
  • Arabic: limited Read and write