Santa Ana Family Immigration Attorney
Family & Individual Visa Petitions in California
Our goal is to relieve clients of the burdens and stress the U.S. Immigration system can cause. U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP is a full-service immigration law firm, built on integrity and committed to providing exceptional service to our clients and our community. We strive to provide high-quality legal advice and guidance on navigating the complex and bureaucratic U.S. immigration system.
We are passionate about helping businesses grow and are inspired by the dreams and goals of the individuals we are privileged to serve.
How To Find an Immigration Lawyer
As first-generation Americans ourselves, our Santa Ana family immigration lawyers recognize the value that immigrants bring to this great country and are passionate about ensuring that our clients are informed and properly guided through every step of the process.
Family Immigration Issues We Handle:
- Dreamers Legalization
- Green Card Through Family
- Citizenship & Naturalization
- Consular Processing & Waivers
- Deportation Defense
- Humanitarian Visas
When looking for an immigration lawyer there are best practices to finding one. An attorney who represents you before USCIS must be licensed to practice law in all states, possessions, territories, commonwealths, and the District of Columbia. In addition, they must be members of the highest court. They must also not be under any order of any court that suspends, enjoins, restrains, disbars, or restricts them in the practice of law.
Learn more when you contact U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP today and schedule your consultation with our Santa Ana family immigration attorneys.
Family-Based Immigration in California
Most commonly, a close family relationship to a U.S. citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident is required to qualify for a green card. If the individual resides outside the U.S. or is not eligible to apply for legal permanent residence in the U.S., the process must be initiated with the filing of a petition and completed through the consular process outside the U.S. once eligible.
U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP can assist you with visa petitions for spouses, fiancées, children, siblings, and parents. The petition alone does not afford any legal benefit nor does it protect an individual from deportation or removal from the United States.
Family Immigration Options
If you are a US citizen and are looking to sponsor a close family member to come and live with you from you home county, fiancés, spouses, parents and minors or children all might be eligible for visas.
Immigration Law for Individuals in CA
U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP has extensive experience in assisting individuals with the immigration process both in the U.S. and through consular processing abroad. No two cases are the same therefore it is important to us that our clients fully understand their options and choose the best possible strategy to accomplish their goals.
In addition, if you or someone you know filed paperwork on your own or were victims of immigration fraud and receive a request for evidence, a notice of intent to deny, or a denial and need immediate assistance with your case please call us.
A skilled Santa Ana family immigration lawyer can help you make the right choices about your case and properly file your application. Call (714) 786-1166 today to get started.
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Latest News & Updates
On January 4, 2023, the Department of Homeland Security proposed increasing immigration-related application fees. The proposed rule would increase fees for certain filing types while preserving ...Read More
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El 4 de enero de 2023, el Departamento de Seguridad Nacional publicó una propuesta para aumentar las tarifas de aplicaciones relacionadas con la inmigración. La regla propuesta aumentaría las tarifas ...Read More
On January 6, 2023, the Department of Homeland Security announced processes through which nationals of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela, and their immediate family members may request to come to ...Read More