Citizenship Through Parents

In cases of derivative citizenship, an individual obtains citizenship through their parents or grandparents. Cases of derivative citizenship can get complex rather quickly depending on the totality of the circumstances. For instance, people born outside of the U.S. to parents who are both citizens may need to present paperwork to ensure their legal status. When only one of the parents is a citizen, the case can become more complicated. Where and when one was born plays a large role, too. 

Simplify Complex Cases of Derivative Citizenship

Nassim Arzani, Esq. has years of experience in immigration cases. She knows how to help individuals and families achieve the legal status they need to work and move freely about the United State without fear of being detained. To learn how Nassim can assist you to become a U.S. citizen, please contact us online or call (951) 683-0900.