At U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP, we understand how complex and daunting the U.S. immigration process can be for individuals, families, and businesses. Founded in 2010, our team strives to provide honest and reliable legal advice to help you navigate the U.S. immigration system.
We are passionate about serving others and we respect your trust in our services. When you choose our attorneys, you can expect clear communication, compassionate guidance, and exceptional service to improve your life throughout your immigration journey.
How Our Immigration Attorneys Serve Clients in Santa Ana and Its Surrounding Areas
We bring our expertise and care to every situation with our values:
- Excellence in everything that we do
- Reliable and exceptional quality service to our clients
- A collaborative environment of teamwork and trust
- Respect for the dignity of every person and every role
- Genuine care, concern and compassion for others
- Integrity and transparency in the conduct of our business
Teamwork is central to our values and our focus is to help our clients be successful in their immigration journey. When you choose us to represent you, we demonstrate constant professionalism and make sure to protect your rights.
Helping You at Every Stage of Your Immigration Journey
Providing high-quality legal services is our priority. We act efficiently and are quick to get things done but we never compromise on taking the time necessary to understand your situation and address your questions and concerns.
We adhere to every legal requirement to help you throughout the immigration process, but we also offer personalized representation to meet your specific needs.
Our immigration legal services include:
We also respond to requests for evidence and Notices of Intent to Deny from the Bureau of USCIS, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Our commitment to our clients and our nation has led us to secure more than 2,000 employment-based visas and over 2,700 green cards for dedicated applicants. We have also supported more than 500 permanent residents in their successful naturalization process. Our attorneys value each of our client’s uniqueness and we look forward to helping you achieve your immigration goals.
Helped my life change for the better
“Hello Lisa and Sandra! Happy New Year. This email Is to thank you for all your hard work and dedication with my case. You guys have helped my life changed for the better. I'm sure you guys know by now I got my green card through the mail already. Thank you guys once again for everything over the last few years.”
I am very grateful for your efforts, kindness and untiring service
“I am very grateful for your efforts, kindness and untiring service may the Lord bless you and reward you for all what you have done. Thank you very much.”
Your work ethics and courage prove it.
“Your expertise, knowledge, and pure heart to help as much as you can be an example to those of the same calling in the field. It is not a hyperbole that you are answering your calling as Mother Teresa was. Your work ethics and courage prove it.”
I am very happy!
“I am very happy! I am very anxious to receive my permanent residence which is the next step after having received my U visa.”
She is a trustworthy and dedicated attorney
“She is a trustworthy and dedicated attorney and is very personable and understanding in any stressful situation.”
Well rounded understanding of the U.S. Immigration system.
Direct attorney access at all times.
Committed to educating and empowering clients.
Have the support of a team not just an attorney.
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