Georgia Immigration Trial Attorneys

Georgia Immigration Trial Attorneys

Concentrating on Complex Immigration

Georgia Immigration Trial Attorneys is dedicated to providing top-tier legal representation for complex immigration cases. If you need assistance with an immigration matter, contact us by phone, email, or by clicking the link above.

Our firm specializes in representing clients facing deportation or removal from the United States, as well as a range of other immigration matters, including:

  • Family immigration matters
  • Adjustment of status to permanent residency/green card
  • Naturalization/citizenship
  • Extension of status/change of status
  • Consulate processing
  • Immigration court hearing removal representation/deportation defense
  • EOIR 42B cancellation of removal
  • Immigration court hearing voluntary departure representation
  • EOIR appeals
  • Federal court litigation
  • Asylum
  • Removal of conditions on residency (I-751) of a spouse – joint petition
  • Financial affidavit of support
  • Appeal to the BIA (Board of Immigration Appeals)
  • Cancellation of removal (10-year law)
  • 212(c) relief
  • Adjustment of status in removal proceedings
  • Motion to reopen immigration cases
  • Waiver of inadmissibility (I-601)
  • Waiver of inadmissibility (I-601A) in conjunction with a family residency petition (I-130)

We also provide assistance with various immigration-related paperwork, including:

  • I-102 application for the replacement of the I-94 card
  • I-90 application for the replacement or renewal of the green card
  • FOIA request and evaluation fee
  • Responding to an RFE (request for additional evidence) from the USCIS – regular
  • Employment authorization application
  • Scheduling and appearing at Infopass appointment

It’s crucial to seek the advice of an experienced immigration attorney if you’re facing legal issues related to immigration. At Georgia Immigration Trial Attorneys, we’ll provide you with the guidance and representation you need to navigate the complex world of immigration law.

Here are some helpful tips:

  • Carry a passport if you’re not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
  • Overstaying your B-2 visa can lead to being out of status, so pay attention to expiration dates on your I-94.
  • If you’re considering adoption, make sure to adopt the child before they turn 16 years old.
  • Any criminal penalty that’s punishable by a year or more may subject you to a removal hearing (including deferred adjudication).

At Georgia Immigration Trial Attorneys, we’re committed to providing our clients with the highest level of legal representation and guidance. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

Georgia Immigration Trial Attorneys

Example of legal fees:
Office Consultation $150

* If hired consultation fee is credited to your legal fees.