For immigrants in the U.S., we look for every option to help you stay securely. For immigrants whose applications will be processed abroad, we work to make your process as efficient as possible.
We negotiate and advocate for you, finding innovative ways to present your case in court.
Visas for Victims
Immigrants who have been victims of violent crimes, domestic abuse, or human trafficking have special options available to them. We take the time to understand your situation and explain your legal options.
We work in a variety of employment-based visas, including for ministers, investors, business owners, executives, and others.
Other Immigration Options
Depending on your circumstances, you may qualify for employment authorization based on a family member in the military, a child with special needs, DACA, Temporary Protected Status, or other options we are eager to help you with.
If you’ve been charged with a misdemeanor offense in Georgia, we can guide you, defend you, and help you understand your options.