Orange County Immigration Attorney
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The Law Office of Bruce C. Bridgman has a special department dedicated
to providing immigrants, residents and citizens with an array of immigration
services across California. Whether you are entering the country for a
limited amount of time, or you wish to establish your U.S. citizenship,
you must complete an involved application process. Different forms of
immigration, which may be achieved with the help of an experienced lawyer
in Orange County, are as follows:
Different Methods of Immigration
Once you have attained your U.S. citizenship, you may enjoy all the freedoms
and benefits of a naturally-born citizen. One such benefit is the ability
to sponsor certain relatives' immigration through a family-based petition.
There are also
employment-based petitions which are available to employers who seek temporary work from foreign
immigrants. These procedures can be rather perplexing, so if you have
any questions or concerns regarding immigration or petitions, contact
an Orange County immigration attorney. We are
available to our clients 24/7!
Understanding the United States government policy pertaining to immigrants
can be confounding and complex. This is due to the very specific guidelines
regarding immigration, visas, petitions, sponsorship and naturalization
set in place by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
(USCIS). This immigration process is comprised of numerous requirements
that call for a particular attention to detail, so the better prepared
you are to meet these requirements, the better you will be able to achieve
your goals. If you are interested in changing your immigration status,
you will greatly benefit from the help of an experienced and knowledgeable
Don't Go Through the Immigration Process Alone
If you approach the immigration process without legal counsel, you could
spend unnecessary amounts of time learning about the steps involved and
how to complete them. Our firm is already familiar with the process and
will walk you through it without wasting time on legal complications.
The road to permanent residency or citizenship is long and arduous. If
you go it alone, you could spend weeks or months on unnecessary detours.
Put your trust in our firm and see for yourself that we mean business.
Give us a call and run your immigration issues by us;
your initial consultation is free.
Contact us to schedule a
FREE case evaluation with our practiced Orange County Immigration Attorneys.
How can I become a U.S. citizen?
There are a few different ways that you may be able to become a U.S. citizen.
According to the USCIS, citizenship may be obtained at birth or after
birth. Our firm will evaluate your case and determine the most appropriate
avenue you can take to gain citizenship.
As an expecting parent, there are two ways to petition for your child's
- If you and your spouse are non-citizens, but your child is born in the
U.S., you may be able to petition for your child's citizenship.
- If your child is born abroad, but either you or your spouse is a U.S. citizen,
you may be able to petition for the child's citizenship.
If you were born outside of the U.S., there are two ways to apply for citizenship:
- If one or both of your parents were U.S. citizens at the time of your birth,
you can apply for U.S. citizenship before you turn 18.
- If neither one of your parents is a U.S. citizen, you may apply for naturalization.
Our Orange County immigration attorneys can help you determine the appropriate
method you can take to become a citizen, and can even help you prepare
the documents you will need for the naturalization test. We can also assist
those who are petitioning for dual citizenship or military member citizenship.
Call Today for Your Free Case Evaluation
We know that your future and the future of your family are important to
you. Sometimes, future hopes involve living in the United States in order
to be close to relatives, receive greater benefits and live a higher quality
of life. There are countless individuals across the globe who dream of
living and working in the United States, and with the help of a competent
immigration lawyer, you could achieve that dream of legal resident status
or naturalization. The Orange County immigration attorneys at The Law
Office of Bruce C. Bridgman are ready to help; set up your free initial
Call 949.558.2799 if you have any questions about the immigration process.