About Us

About Attorney’s

Brandon Yousif, Esq.

Attorney Brandon Yousif is licensed to practice law in California and Michigan. He is admitted to practice law in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Brandon is also registered in all immigration courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals.

Brandon Yousif is the Founder of the Ally Law Group. His mission for the firm is to ensure that each client has a fair chance at obtaining justice in their Employment, Personal Injury, or Immigration case.

Brandon is a first generation American born to immigrant parents. His parents fled their country in hopes of escaping religious persecution. After years of seeking refuge in many different countries, in 1976, his parents had finally made it safely to the United States. Growing up, Brandon saw his parents and many other people from the same country struggling to adapt in the United States. Racial, language, and cultural barriers were just a few that hindered the group from progressing. It bothered Brandon to see them struggle and did everything he could to help them.

From a young age, it had been Brandon’s passion to help immigrants obtain legal status and adapt to their new environment in America. It is his passion to help immigrants overcome the obstacles associated with obtaining legal status and adjusting to the new environment.

Brandon went to law school in Michigan and focused his studies in Immigration Law. He participated in the Immigration Law Clinic at his law school, where he provided immigrants with free legal aid and helped many clients obtain legal status. Brandon graduated form the University of Detroit Mercy Law School and was one of the only two people in his class to graduate early.

Brandon worked as an immigration lawyer in Michigan to begin his career. He also worked with the Chaldean Community Foundation, where he provided counsel to low-income immigrants. Brandon had dreamed of moving to California to help with the massive amount of immigrant families in need. He worked for immigration law firms in California before founding the Ally Law Group. He started the Ally Law Group to ensure immigrants were receiving adequate and competent counsel for all of their immigration needs. 

Brandon also spent time working for other law firms that focused solely on Personal Injury and Employment Law. He has since grown a love for those respective fields and has expanded his practice to include all three fields: 1) Employment, 2) Personal Injury, and 3) Immigration. He is a respected Attorney among his clients and colleagues, and takes pride in relationship building and success!

CEO & Founder of The Ally Law Group

Brandon Yousif, Esq.

CEO & Founder of The Ally Law Group

Our Services

Legal Assistance for Everyone


Seeking justice for unlawful practices at work!

Personal Injury

Getting you paid and treated for your injuries!


Obtaining lawful status in the United States through various avenues or relief!

Orange County Lawyer You Can Trust!

Ally Law Group is driven by a diverse clientele that requires us to think outside of the box. Each case has different factual circumstances, so each case will be different. Our attorneys find it exciting to develop strategic plans with our clients, showing them that they do have a chance at achieving their goals no matter what type of case they have.

It is our goal to:

1. Help immigrants obtain status legally in the United States;

2. Provide relief to those who have been injured; AND

3. Provide relief to those clients who have had to endure unlawful workplace practices.

We put in quality work to achieve amazing results for each and every one of our clients.


Frequently Asked Question

Yes, if you are married to a United States citizen and you don't have anything that bars you from adjusting your status. 

3 years if your Green Card was obtained through marriage. 5 years for those that obtained Green Cards by other means. (***exceptions may apply)

Yes! You may qualify for a U Visa if you have been the victim of Domestic Violence in the United States. Call us for a consultation!

If you have Uninsured Motorist coverage, you will be covered for bodily injury, medical expenses, and more! (coverages may vary depending on insurance carrier)

It depends. If they entered legally and never left the United States, then yes. If they entered illegally, they need to fall within an exception to the unlawful presence rule. If they do not fall within an exception, then adjusting status through the child is not an available avenue of relief. 

(Please schedule a consultation for an in depth review of your case)

Yes. No person should be subject to sexual harassment at their job. Make sure to report it to your supervisor and keep a detailed log of every event. Also, save every email, message, and any other proof you have of the harassment to preserve the evidence of the case. 

Some of the common types of personal injury cases we handle include those caused by:

  • Vehicle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Slip and fall
  • Medical malpractice
  • Harmful prescription drugs
  • Birth injuries
  • Defective products
  • Unsafe property
  • Abuse
  • Asbestos
  • Animal attacks

Each case is different, so there is no definitive answer to this question, but feel free to reach out to us and we will give you a fair evaluation of what we believe your case is worth.