About Us


Isaac H. Ortega

Isaac Ortega is an Arizona native and is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese. He grew up in the east valley and later served the citizens of Mesa as a police officer for thirteen years, working in several different capacities within the department. During his time as a police officer Isaac attended ASU where he received his B.A. in Political Science and Religious Studies graduating Summa Cum Laude. He continued his studies at Arizona State University where he completed both his J.D. and Master of Laws Degrees. After law school, he was admitted to the New Mexico and Arizona State Bars and United States District Courts for the Ninth Circuit & Tenth Circuit. Isaac has personally represented hundreds of clients in all types of matters including immigration court, the Board of Immigration Appeals, USCIS, and the 9th Circuit. He has also translated his police experience into representation of clients who have been criminally charged. Isaac founded Ortega Law Group with the goal of helping individuals navigate the immigration process because, having had family go through the process, he knows firsthand how stressful it can be. Having worked as a police officer, Isaac believes that all individuals are entitled to fervent defense in court and police officers should be held accountable for their actions. In his free time Isaac enjoys traveling, training martial arts, and most of all, spending time with his family who supports him in his endeavors.


Immigration Matters

Cancellation of Removal
Adjustment of Status
Family Based Matters
Criminal Defense



United States Courts for the Ninth Circuit
United States Courts for the Tenth Circuit
Arizona State Bar
New Mexico State Bar


Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University – L.L.M.
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University – Doctor of Law – J.D.
Arizona State University – B.A., Political Science/Religious Studies

Of Counsel

Faisal Ullah

Faisal Ullah is a former Deputy County Attorney, Assistant Attorney
General, and Deputy Public Defender. He is an accomplished criminal
trial lawyer, who has handled countless felony and misdemeanor cases
in Superior Courts, Justice Courts, and Municipal Courts across the
State of Arizona. Also licensed in the Arizona U.S. District Court,
Mr. Ullah handles cases in federal court in Phoenix and Tucson, and
occasionally in Flagstaff and Yuma. Mr. Ullah has also successfully
represented clients in matters before various professional licensing
boards, the state parole board, and in administrative law trials.

As a Deputy County Attorney, Mr. Ullah successfully handled
white-collar, DUI, drug, sex, and forfeiture cases at the trial level,
including gangs, weapons, drug possession and trafficking, and complex
multi-defendant matters. Mr. Ullah was also successful in several
criminal matters at appellate levels representing the State of

As an Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Division of the
Arizona Attorney General’s Office, Mr. Ullah investigated and
successfully prosecuted complex criminal cases in many counties
throughout Arizona. His cases included a variety of white-collar
matters, including money laundering, fraudulent schemes, theft,
forgery, and credit card fraud cases; several types of government
fraud and benefits cases; AHCCCS fraud cases; health care fraud cases
involving doctors, nurses, pharmacists, EMTs, and medical transport
providers; a variety of drug cases, including simple possession,
transportation, transfer, and possession for sale; and a variety of
abuse and exploitation cases victimizing the elderly or those with
disabilities. Mr. Ullah also provided training to state and federal
law enforcement officers across the State in the intricate areas of
health care fraud and in successfully investigating prescription drug
diversion investigations involving medical service professionals, such
as doctors and nurses.

Mr. Ullah originally started his career in criminal law as a public
defender, when he represented indigent defendants in various court
matters, including all types of DUIs, an array of felony cases ranging
from low-level felonies to first-degree murders, misdemeanor,
probation violation, and mental health matters.

A member of American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Mr. Ullah
has also received an Advanced Certificate in Immigration Law studies
from the City University of New York. He proudly volunteered with
Lutheran Social Services previously to mentor and provide immigration
assistance to immigrant groups, including refugees. He continues to
help immigrant and non-immigrant clients in immigration and criminal
matters in Arizona with reduced legal fees.

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