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At Brudner Law, we understand the importance of your immigration situation. We are experienced immigration lawyers and we skillfully handle a wide variety of immigration-related cases, including:
Yael Brudner, the founder of Brudner Law knows that immigration law can affect the most fundamental aspects of a person’s life. The outcome of an immigration matter can affect where you can live, where you work, whether you can live in the same country as your family, and even your safety; we can help protect you with V.A.W.A. green card applications.
For this reason, if you have legal needs related to immigration law, it’s important that you speak with an experienced immigration lawyer about naturalization representation as soon as you can. United States immigration law is extremely complex and constantly changing, so it’s important to retain an immigration lawyer who focuses on naturalization representation law rather than a generalist who may occasionally handle a minor immigration-related matter.
By contacting Brudner Law in Orange County, CA you can rest-assured that you will receive the advice and naturalization representation you need to bring your case to the best possible resolution. Call us today to schedule a consultation with us..
“My family immigrated to the U.S, and I am happily married to an Immigrant. I know up close what the Immigration process entails – both on a professional and personal level. When you are in the process of Immigrating to the U.S, and you have your case pending with U.S Immigration- there is often a sense of uncertainty about the future. For this reason, it is my mission to communicate with my clients and keep them informed every step of the way! I am available to personally speak with my clients whenever they feel the need, and they always have direct access to me. I am here so that my clients can sleep well at night, knowing that they are represented and their immigration case is taken care of!”
Yael Brudner, Founder of Brudner Law
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There are several ways to become a U.S. citizen. Many individuals will apply for U.S. citizenship by naturalization. While it is a dream to become a citizen, the costs can be prohibitive. So how much does it cost to become a U.S. citizen? The fees can vary, depending on your .... Read More
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Explaining the section 245(i) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA)
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Preguntas y respuestas sobre Inmigración
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Adjustment of Status (AOS) vs Consular Processing (CP)
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Preguntas y respuestas sobre Inmigración Familiar
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Applying for a Green Card in the U.S. with an Illegal Entry
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Explaining the Parents Petition Process
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Family Based Immigration Q&A
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Explaining The Three and Ten Year Bars
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Military Parole in Place (PIP)
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Legal issues related to immigration and citizenship can have a significant impact on every aspect of your life, career and employment. For this reason, it’s critical that anyone with immigration needs consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible. Yael Brudner is an experienced immigration lawyer and has been licensed as an Attorney since 2008. She is committed to resolving her clients’ legal issues as favorably as possible. She has served clients across Orange County, California including Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, Mission Viejo, Santa Ana, Stanton, and Westminster. To schedule a consultation with Ms. Brudner, call our office today at 714.794.9366 or contact us online.