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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. Please call us if you are dealing with an immigration issue of any kind.

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At Yekrangi & Associates, 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. As an immigrant himself, Attorney Yekrangi personally understands the hurdles you face and has a passion for helping people through their immigration matters. He can look at every implication of your case, not just the narrow scope of the immediate problem. At our California law firm, we see the big picture. Don't hesitate. Get in touch with us today to learn more about how we are prepared to help you!

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We're Here to Help You Achieve Your Immigration Goals.

We help the men and women we represent pursue changes of status, adjustment of status, and citizenship in the United States. We also guide our clients through the process of applying for immigrant and non-immigrant visas. Our compassionate immigration firm is committed to providing strategic and dedicated advocacy for those who wish to live and work in this great nation.

We want to help you achieve your American dream and accomplish your goals in this country. For this reason, we look at your life as a whole and examine all of the issues you face, not just the immediate immigration problem at hand.

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