Yohan A. Zingile is originally from the Caribbean Island of Guadeloupe. He decided to come to the U.S. to learn more about American culture and American law.
Yohan is a native French speaker and can communicate in Spanish and Creole as well. Yohan enjoys playing tennis and learning about other people and cultures.
Yohan graduated in 2011 with a master’s degree in Litigation Law from the University of Antilles in Guadeloupe. He obtained his Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law in 2017.
Experience with the Center for U.S. Immigration Services (CFUIS)
Yohan A. Zingile started as an extern with CFUIS in 2016 and then interned upon graduation. He was hired as a full-time employee in July 2017.
Previous law experience
Before joining CFUIS, Yohan volunteered and assisted refugees while living in San Diego, and worked at Higgs Fletcher & Mack where he served as an intern in the firm’s Immigration Group.
Yohan also worked at San Diego Diplomacy Council where he had the opportunity to interact with a broad and diverse group of people.
Yohan Zingile is the author of the article: “Could the Covid-19 Pandemic be a Blessing in Disguise from an Immigration Perspective? Read article
Associations and membership
He is a member of the State Bar of Arizona and admitted to the Arizona State Supreme Court.