"I became a U.S. citizen this week. I would like to express my sincere thanks for helping me through this process. You have provided me with the best guidance and representation possible." - S.V. (1/21/2017)

"Zach is definitely the best. Lorena is excellent and very professional. I put my faith in Zach and his team and they delivered. They will not disappoint you. Zach you are my hero! Thank you for everything you have done for me and my family!" - P.M .(Ukiah, California)

"Zach Nitingale is the best immigration attorney on the West Coast. I am a witness to that. He was a very helpful, knowledgeable, professional attorney that helped me from the moment I walked into his office. He kept my hopes positive when I felt hopeless and fought for me until the end. He is a righteous attorney for the people-the kind of attorney that never gives up and believes in everybody's human rights. I can honestly say 'Zach Nightingale is the best in the West." - A.O.E.

"Zack Nightingale helped my family during a very difficult time. He took our immigration case when everyone else was declining to help. He has fought for us, and because of his advocacy, my mom and I have been able to stay in the US for an additional six years. I was able to finish high school and go on to attend college, the University of California, Sanata Barbara. Without Zack and his team, I do not know where we would be. We are truly grateful for all their good work." - L.A.

"Zachary Nightingale, nos ayudo cuando pensábamos que nuestro caso estaba perdido y con una Orden de Deportación. Fue preciso y eficaz en su trabajo. Todo un profesional y un equipo de trabajo de primera clase." - I.Z y J.N.

"After 14 years, after losing all the hopes I had in this world and having my case denied many times, I came to Van Der Hout, Brigagliano and Nightingale, and your office took my case from impossible to possible. Even though I was cautioned at my consultation that it would be a very challenging case, you gave me a ray of hope, and now, on February 3, 2017, I am finally a permanent resident." - J.S. (2/3/2017)