Orange County, CA


Citizenship Lawyer in Costa Mesa, CA

The federal immigration laws administered by the USCIS determine who can remain and who must leave the country. They also provide the opportunity for a foreigner to become a citizen of the United States. The Orange County immigration attorneys at Ershaghi Immigration Law Center are dedicated to helping individuals throughout all of Orange County who desire citizenship in the U.S. We take pride in our success rate and are confident when dealing with all immigration issues. It is important to have legal representation during all steps of the immigration process from the initial interview through to achievement of citizenship. Clients can benefit from the legal services of proper and timely submission of applications, representation during critical USCIS interviews, and other required procedures. Our Orange County immigration team is committed to helping our clients achieve their goals of citizenship in the United States.

The government provides information on gaining U.S. citizenship through the USCIS and at Ershaghi Immigration Law Center our immigration lawyers are ready to help clients through each step of the process as outlined by the federal government and the codes involved.  There are certain requirements for those who wish to become citizens of the U.S.:

  • An applicant must be at least 18 years old
  • Applicant must be of good moral character
  • Applicant must be a lawful permanent resident of the U.S. or
  • Physically present for a minimum of 5 years at the time of application

If you're interested in becoming a U.S. citizen, an attorney at our Orange County immigration law firm can offer you helpful information. For example, an important qualification for naturalization is good moral character. Persons seeking citizenship are expected to maintain certain standards of honesty, ethics and morality. Specifically in regards to immigration law, good moral character refers is the absence of involvement in certain activities. This includes arrests and/or convictions for crimes such as drug trafficking, murder, sex crimes, fraud, theft, racketeering, alien smuggling, weapon offenses, burglary, assault and tax evasion. Most of the individuals that apply for citizenship will have no trouble with these factors, and can get their U.S. citizenship accomplished with our help. We can assist in either case, offering our experienced guidance to clients throughout all of Orange County.