As the principal attorney at Orbit Law, PLLC, Kripas practice focuses on all areas of Immigration and Nationality law. She handles matters related to Removal/Deportation defense before the Immigration Court, Board of Immigration Appeals, and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Kripa has a diverse practice representing individuals and companies in various stages of the immigrant and non-immigrant process. Her practice includes employment based petitions, family based petitions, removal defense, naturalization and non-immigrant visas.
Kripa graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 2007. She is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), where she currently serves as the chair of the Executive Office for Immigration Review(EOIR) committee. She previously served as the Chair of the Citizenship Day Committee for 2009-2010, and served as the Vice Chair for the Citizenship Day Committee for 2008-2009.
Kripa is fluent in Nepali and Hindi, conversant in Urdu and is now learning Spanish.
Orbit Law, PLLC also offers Mediation & Alternative Dispute Resolution services to Individuals or entities interested in resolving disputes without the cost and lengthy process of litigation. Having previously worked as a community organizer in Los Angeles, CA, Kripa also has experience in mediating disputes in a culturally- and linguistically-appropriate manner. She developed and conducted "Cultural Awareness" trainings for various service providers, including the L.A County Fire Department; the Orange County Sheriffs Department and the L.A County Police Department to help them better interact with and serve various immigrant communities in the greater Los Angeles area.