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Santa Ana Green Card Attorney

Establish Legal Permanent Residency in the U.S., Serving Orange County

At the Law Offices of Sholeh Iravantchi, we have extensive experience helping immigrants obtain green cards in Santa Ana. As an immigrant herself, Attorney Sholeh Iravantchi understands the challenges that you may be facing. She is dedicated to ensuring that you have the resources and support you need during this time.

Contact our skilled immigration lawyer at (714) 874-9300 for a free consultation to discuss your case.

Why Get a Green Card?

The process of immigrating to the U.S. and achieving citizenship can be extremely lengthy and complex. One of the essential steps that all foreign nationals must complete is obtaining a green card.

A green card, or a permanent residency card (PRC), is a document issued to approved immigrants granting them permanent residency in the United States. Not only does a green card allow non-U.S. citizens to live and work in America, but it also provides an opportunity to qualify for U.S. citizenship after three or five years.

Green cards also:

  • Allow individuals to pay significantly less for tuition and apply for financial aid
  • Qualify a person to sponsor relatives to apply for their own green card
  • Decrease the frequency of status renewal to once every 10 years
  • Offer greater freedom to travel and live throughout the U.S.
  • Permit easier short-term trips to and from the U.S.
  • Enable those who have worked for at least 10 years to receive Social Security benefits
  • Give people the ability to contribute to U.S. election campaigns

Qualifying for a Green Card

Green cards are highly sought by countless people from around the globe who wish to come to America to give themselves and their families a chance at a better life. There are several paths that a foreign national can take to qualify for a green card.

Two of the most common types of green cards include family-based green cards and employment-based green cards. Each type of green card has its own set of rules, regulations, and procedures. To successfully obtain a green card, you will have to meet the eligibility requirements and complete the application process.

Let Our Firm Help You File for a Green Card

The Law Offices of Sholeh Iravantchi is here to walk you through the process of obtaining a green card. We can handle all the paperwork and ensure that your forms are filled out correctly and submitted on time.

For answers to all of your questions about attaining LPR status in the U.S., contact our Santa Ana green card attorney at (714) 874-9300 now.

Meet The Team

An Aggressive Attorney that Cares
  • Sholeh  Iravantchi Photo
    Sholeh Iravantchi

    Attorney

    Sholeh Iravantchi is an experienced and knowledgeable attorney practicing criminal defense and immigration law throughout Southern California. Currently practicing out of her main office in Santa Ana, Sholeh Iravantchi is well known throughout the Southern California courts in Orange, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Riverside counties. Before working for the public defender's office, Ms. Iravantchi worked to represent the rights of numerous children and young adults in the arena of special ...
  • Tiffany  Hernandez Photo
    Tiffany Hernandez

    Legal Assistant

    Tiffany Hernandez is a first-generation U.S citizen and a proud child of two Mexican immigrants who came to this country to provide a better life for themselves. In our office, we are passionate about representing our clients. We are immigrants representing immigrants. Yo soy Tiffany Hernandez, Soy primera generacion ciudadana de los Estados Unidos. Soy orgulosa de ser hija de dos inmirantes mexicanos que vinieron a luchar para una mejor vida. En nuestra officina nos apasiona respresentar a ...
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Case Results

Results That Speak for Themselves
  • People vs. A Dismissed

    Two (2) counts of violating California Health & Safety Code Sections 11377(a) [Possession of a Controlled Substance] and 11364.1(a) [Possession of Drug Paraphernalia].

  • People vs. C. Negotiated

    Four (4) felony counts of fraud. (Community Service)

  • People vs. E. Vacated

    One (1) felony conviction.  (Conviction Removed)

  • People vs. J. Dismissed

    Two (2) counts of violating California Penal Code Section 459 [Burglary].

  • People vs. L. I. Dismissed

    One (1) misdemeanor charge of violating California Penal Code Section 243 [Battery].

  • People vs. L. N. Dismissed

    One (1) count of violating California Penal Code Section 288 [Lewd or Lascivious Acts with a Child].

  • People vs. M. No Charges Filed

    California Penal Code Section 518 [Extortion]. One (1) count of violating

  • People vs. M. I. Dismissed

    One (1) count of violating California Penal Code Section 484 [Petty theft].

  • People vs. M. R. Dismissed

    One (1) count of violating California Penal Code Section 311.11 [Possession of Child Pornography].

  • People vs. N. M. Dismissed

    One (1) count of violating California Penal Code Section 518 [Extortion].

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Why Choose Us?

How We Set Ourselves Apart
  • Criminal Defense Attorney who Focuses on Immigration
  • Work Directly With the Attorney Who Is Ready to Fight for You
  • Saturday Appointments Available
  • Available After Hours for Emergencies
  • English & Spanish Services Available
  • Free Initial Consultations

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