Immigration Attorney Serving Irvine
Committed & Caring Advocacy in Orange County
At the Law Office of Ashkan Yekrangi, P.C., we understand that your immigration
case impacts every aspect of your life and your future. This is why we
take a holistic approach to your representation. Let us protect your interests
if you are facing an immigration issue. Attorney Ashkan Yekrangi can look
at every implication of your case, not just the narrow scope of the immediate
problem. At our Orange County law firm,
we see the big picture. Call us if you are dealing with an immigration issue of any kind, including
but not limited to the following:
Do you aspire to live and work in the United States? Let us help you realize
your dream and accomplish your career ambitions. Only a limited number
of business immigration visas are allotted on an annual basis, so it is
important to retain a skilled
Orange County immigration lawyer who can effectively assist you and ensure that you have the best possible
chance of achieving your goals.
Change of Status
If you are present in the United States on a temporary visa such as a
student visa but you wish to pursue lawful permanent residency, talk to
the legal professional at the Law Office of Ashkan Yekrangi, P.C. about
changing your status. This is a complicated legal process, and having
a good immigration attorney on your side could make all the difference
in the outcome of your case.
At the Law Office of Ashkan Yekrangi, P.C., there is nothing that gives
us more pride and excitement than the opportunity to walk with a client
as he or she begins the process of obtaining citizenship in the United
States of America. Let us join you on your journey and be a part of your
Criminal Law & Immigration
If you have been accused of a crime, you may be ineligible for certain
forms of removal relief. While an arrest does not necessarily lead to
deportation, conviction of a crime could, depending on the type of crime
committed. If you are accused of a second or subsequent misdemeanor or
a felony offense, you may be barred from obtaining legal resident status.
At the Law Office of Ashkan Yekrangi, P.C. we understand the implications
that a criminal conviction can have on a person's immigration application
or status, so talk to our attorney about your case.
If you received a notice to appear before an immigration court, this means
that you are already in removal proceedings. You may, however, be eligible
for relief from removal. It is important to talk to the Orange County
deportation defense attorney from our firm as soon as possible to protect
These visas are reserved for heads of state, ambassadors, members of parliament,
and other high-ranking government officials. There is a range of diplomatic
visas depending on an individual's type of work or purpose. When obtaining
a diplomatic visa, it is important to ensure you are receiving the one
that is appropriate for your purposes.
There are numerous avenues to obtaining permanent resident status, or
your "green card," in the United States. You can obtain a green
card if you have a family member or prospective employer who is willing
to sponsor you; through marriage or adoption; or as a victim of a serious
crime or persecution in your country of origin. Contact the Law Office
of Ashkan Yekrangi, P.C. to learn more.
PERM Labor Certification
This process allows employers to obtain permanent residency for employees.
PERM Certification is initiated by the employer and filed with the Department
of Labor. Employees with both valid immigration status and permission
to work may be eligible.
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services offers a number of
different categories of immigrant and non-immigrant visas. The type of
visa that you should apply for will depend largely on your personal goals
and aspirations. It is important to talk to our firm's Irvine visa
application attorney about your unique situation and the right visa to
meet your needs.
DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, was passed in 2012. It
addresses individuals who arrived in the United States without proper
documentation or have overstayed their visas due to their parent's
actions. If you came to the United states as a child and are now facing
deportation, you have legal options. Learn more by speaking with our dedicated attorney.
Victims of Crime (U-Visa)
Individuals and their families who have been victims of crime in the United
States may apply for a U-visa that allows them to legally live in the
states for up to four years. U-visa carriers may apply to obtain a green
card and obtain U.S. citizenship. If you have suffered injury from a crime
and cooperated with authorities, consider your options with a U-visa.
Violence Against Women
VAWA, or the Violence Against Women Act was created to protect noncitizens
who are victims of abuse. If you are seeking lawful status and have been
or are a victim of domestic violence, you may be able to pursue legal
status without your abuser. Find out how by scheduling a consultation.
Green Card / Permanent Residency
Are you seeking a green card in the United States? The process can often
be complex, long, and confusing. It can be very beneficial to have an
experienced attorney by your side who can guide you through the green
card process. Let us help you determine if you are eligible to pursue
Adjustment of Status
If you entered the United States on a valid visa and are seeking an adjustment
of status, our firm may be able to help. This process allows you to pursue
permanent residence through a green card. We can review your case today
and provide you with the guidance you need.
In order to obtain a fiancé visa, you must be a U.S. citizen, you
must be both legally able to marry, and you must have met within the last
two years (though there are some exceptions). The process can take up
to nine months and be very complicated, especially at the consular processing
state. Make sure you are prepared by talking with our firm about your case.
601 & 601A Waiver
A 601 Waiver is a petition for various grounds of inadmissibility while
a 601A Waiver is specifically for a spouse or immediate relative of a
U.S. citizen who entered the United States unlawfully or without proper
documentation. The 601A Waiver can be submitted to excuse their unlawful presence.
Arrange Your Phone Consultation Today
When you are dealing with a high-stakes immigration issue that has the
potential to change the course of your future, you should make sure to
retain a lawyer who is able to defend you effectively and accurately.
At the Law Office of Ashkan Yekrangi, P.C., we are committed to providing
an unparalleled level of individualized attention to our clients, including
one-on-one meetings with our skilled immigration lawyer. When you retain
Attorney Ashkan Yekrangi, you will speak to him directly from the beginning
of your case through to the final conclusion.
Don't hesitate. Get in touch with us today to learn more about how
we are prepared to help you! Our office is based in Irvine, California,
and we are available to meet in person by appointment only. If you wish
to talk to our Orange County immigration attorney about your case, do
not hesitate to
call the Law Office of Ashkan Yekrangi, P.C. today for your
telephone consultation and the chance to learn more about our respected immigration practice.
We are poised to serve men and women throughout Orange County and the
greater Southern California area.