Orange County Immigration Attorney is a legal office handling immigration cases in Southern California’s Orange County area. From tight deadlines and regular law changes to confusing questions, and delays in updating relevant forms, immigration to the United States can be very frustrating. We at the Orange County Immigration Attorney will help you acquire and defend your American citizenship. Because we recognize immigrants’ contribution to the wellbeing of this country, our attorneys will spare no effort in protecting your right to be in the United States together with your loved ones.

Our Values

We at the Orange County Immigration Attorney are committed to the following values and will hold ourselves accountable to provide excellent services to all our clients.


We devote our time, skills, and experience in delivering exemplary legal assistance to our clients so that they’re satisfied with the outcome. We desire to make a positive impact on our clients’ lives through the relationships we build.


Because we understand the uniqueness of legal procedures, we take time to understand our clients’ needs before finding solutions. Our lawyers welcome client views and strive to adhere to their wishes.


We coordinate our activities with openness, ensuring our clients get all the necessary information regarding their case. Our attorneys treat any sensitive details you share with confidentiality.

Our Practice Areas

Our lawyers at Orange County Immigration Attorney use their talents to tackle cases involving:

  1. Citizenship

You have to obtain citizenship to vote and live in the U.S. legitimately. However, getting citizenship once you apply is not guaranteed. Orange County Immigration Attorney lawyers will ensure you don’t have any unpaid taxes or arrest warrants that may hinder your application. We will also help you avoid errors in your application form that may cause delays or rejection.

  1. Immigration

Apart from demystifying immigration laws, our attorneys act as intermediaries between foreigners and immigration departments. Some of our programs include:

  • Asylum
  • Family-based immigration
  • Diversity visa program
  • Employment-based immigration
  1. Non-Immigrant Visas

The non-immigrant visas are given to foreigners who will stay in the U.S. temporarily. Our lawyers will step in to explain the different criteria and application procedures for each visa. In case you want to change the status of your non-immigrant visa, Orange County Immigration Attorney will review your immigration history and help determine your eligibility. For example, a foreign student may need a work visa when they complete their studies and land a job in the country. Non-immigrant visas fall into the following categories:

  • Visitor
  • Student
  • Diplomat
  • Exchange visitor
  • Border crossing
  • Medical treatment
  • Crew Member
  • Investor
  • Temporary worker
  • Media
  • Human trafficking victims
  1. Undocumented Immigrants

We also deal with immigrants who lack the necessary documentation for being in the country, for example, passport, visa, and green card. You can be declared an illegal immigrant if your visa has expired or your entry into the country was illegal. We will help you update your immigration documents and represent you in interviews and immigration hearings.

Contact Us Now

Although we cannot promise you an outcome, you should not doubt that we at the Orange County Immigration Attorney are exploring all legal options to give you the best results. Reach us at 714-909-0426 with your immigration concerns, and we will be glad to help.