Diana Khaimova has been an integral part of the Prizant Law team for over 5 years. Mrs. Khaimova began her journey as a Paralegal for our law firm and quickly climbed the ladder to an Executive Assistant position. What drives Mrs. Khaimova the most, is her commitment and compassion to help those who wish to call the United States their home. In fact, Mrs. Khaimova was once an immigrant herself. She understands the struggles of a rigid immigration system more than anyone being a derivative U.S. citizen. She arrived in the United States at the age of nine, scared and uncomfortable in her new surroundings. She—like many of our clients today—went through the process of applying for permanent resident status. After many interviews and several denials at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, Mrs. Khaimova’s long-awaited reunion with her family became a reality. Along with her mother and sister, they waited a total of seven years to migrate to the United States and become a whole family once more. Being under the age of 18 at the time, she became a derivative of her parent’s hard work and had successfully obtained U.S. citizenship. For this reason alone, Mrs. Khaimova is proud to be a Prizant Law team member. She is very meticulous, task-driven and experienced at what she does. There is no immigration related situation that Mrs. Khaimova isn’t ready to tackle. It is due to her administrative experience in managing client-centric office operations why our clients so feel comfortable in reaching out to Mrs. Khaimova as their first point of contact. Equipped with exceptional ability to facilitate all aspects of internal and external communications, support the day-to-day administrative, immigration, and operational functions by working closely and collaboratively with the Executive Attorney of Prizant Law, Svetlana Prizant, Esq.