Immigration Law (Nationwide)
Family Law (Georgia)
Civil Law (Georgia)
What types of cases do we handle?
Since 1997, this firm has represented clients in Immigration Law matters before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Immigration Court, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the federal district and appellate courts. This firm assists individuals in a full range of immigration law matters including: bonds, treaty transfers, waivers, deportation defense and litigation, post-conviction relief, criminal convictions, family-based petitions, petitions based upon domestic violence and abuse, employment-based petitions, asylum, withholding of removal, and protection under Article 3 of the U.N. Convention Against Torture.
We assist non-citizens dealing with the immigration consequences of criminal charges or convictions.
If a non-citizen has been convicted or charged with a criminal offense, this firm works with the individual to determine the best options, for example: Was the non-citizen properly informed by the criminal attorney of the consequences of his or her plea? Did the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE) properly charge the non-citizen? Does the non-citizen actually have a claim of citizenship? Is the non-citizen eligible for a pardon or a waiver? Does the non-citizen have a fear of returning to his or her native country? Has the non-citizen been a victim of a crime in the United States?
We assist individuals and families who are victims and survivors of domestic violence and abuse.
The immigration laws protect certain individuals and their relatives who are victims of abuse and certain crimes. This firm has assisted women, men, and children who have been victims of a crime and seek the protections afforded in the United States.