Raul Ray


Travel & Compliance

Raul Ray has been a licensed California attorney for over 25 years primarily focusing on immigration law. During that time, he has successfully prepared family petitions, adjustment, (green card), applications, naturalization applications and waivers for criminal convictions, unlawful presence, and fraud and misrepresentation. He has successfully represented clients throughout the United States in deportation/removal and bond hearings particularly in cases involving serious criminal convictions.

Mr. Ray has served as a pro bono attorney for both the detained and non-detained calendars at immigration court in San Francisco, the George Alexander Immigration Law Clinic at Santa Clara University, and at various church sponsored clinics. He has also served as the secretary for the Santa Clara Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and as a panel member of the fee arbitration committee for the Santa Clara County Bar Association.


Mr. Ray is a member of the California State Bar Association, American Immigration Lawyers’ Association and the American Bar Association. He is licensed to practice immigration law in all 50 States, in U.S. District Court of Northern California, and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco. Mr. Ray received his J.D. degree from Santa Clara University School of Law in June 1985 and his B.S. degree in Business Administration from San Jose State in May 1982.  


Raul states: "I have I had the privilege to work with young athletes with disabilities in my capacity as a youth baseball coach, and have observed first hand, the value that sports can have in enriching and balancing the lives of a disabled athlete.  The reason for my interest in serving as an 'associate advisor' is to help the organization achieve its mission and goals domestically and internationally and to help ensure that children with disabilities will have the same opportunities to compete and grow as athletes through sports, particularly synchronized swimming, as other children who don’t face the same life challenges."