We are grateful to our clients for making us top-rated Atlanta immigration lawyers focused on family-based immigration. From couples doing the long-distance dance, to immigrants who entered the US on a visa and/or overstayed, we know family-based immigration. Through thousands of legal battles, we have developed pattern-recognition and deep know-how for the delicate nuances of family-based and relationship immigration and we bring that arsenal to your unique case. We have developed a proprietary decision and recommendation system that maximizes outcomes while avoiding negative (often irreversible) consequences that others overlook.
As Atlanta visa lawyers, we cover all visa types: tourist visas, fiancé visas, spousal visas, work visas, business visas, investment visas, etc. Different factors, including the purpose of your intended travel, will determine which visa type is required under U.S. immigration law.
As immigration attorneys, we handle all citizenship and naturalization applications. Aided by our proven proprietary system and battle tested legal experience, we examine and flag areas of concern that could hinder not only the attainment of U.S. citizenship, but lead to green card revocation and deportation territory. Once targeted, we neutralize the potential threats and prepare strong legal arguments that produce results.
Based on former prosecutor experience, our Georgia immigration attorneys have special focus on immigration bond hearings, ICE holds and detention. We only work on ICE detention cases in the Southeast.
We know the importance of getting integrated in US community and help getting our clients their immigration work authorization, social security number and driver's license.
Part of our proceeds go to charities like Rise2Shine Inc., a non-profit committed to going to the poorest of countries, finding the poorest children and giving them a better chance at life through food, education and medication. They've been helping Haitian toddlers and parents affected by the Haitian earthquake and abject poverty since 2011.