Immigration Representation In The Atlanta Area
Because immigration laws are federal laws, we can accept immigration clients from anywhere in Georgia, the U.S. or the world. However, at Star Law PC, we often advise people near our offices in Woodstock, north of Atlanta, when their criminal cases may affect their immigration status or they need help with immigration issues such as:
- Deportation defense in connection with traffic tickets, tax problems, DUI charges or convictions and other criminal cases
- Application for asylum
- Green card applications through provisions of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) for survivors of domestic violence and similar offenses
- Immigration visas for family members and related issues
- Work visas, investor visas and green cards
- Fiancé(e) visas and change of status applications on the basis of marriage to U.S. citizens or green card holders
Our immigration lawyer, Mrs. Brown, is skilled and ready to help people navigate these and other immigration processes.
Don’t Miss Out By Missing Deadlines Or Making Other Errors
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and other organizations provide many forms and other information on the internet about immigration procedures. Many people, therefore, try to handle their cases without a lawyer’s help. This can lead to mistakes that cost time and money and sometimes result in serious obstacles to legal immigration.
At Star Law PC, we work hard to provide efficient, cost-effective immigration services, helping people:
- Gather documentation
- Complete applications
- Pay correct fees
- Get accurate, timely answers to questions
- Fulfill requests from USCIS for more information
In these ways, we help our clients avoid errors, delays and denial of applications.
We Can Prepare You For Your Interview With An Immigration Officer
Do you hope to apply for asylum, change your temporary work visa to a green card, apply for citizenship after living in the U.S. as a permanent resident or bring your parents from abroad to live with you?
An interview with a USCIS or border patrol officer may be necessary. Even if you have the right documentation, legal advice can be vital to your success.
Contact Us For Help
We are here for you, ready to help you secure the immigration benefits that you are eligible for. Are you in trouble with border patrol officers at the Atlanta airport? Call us at 678-433-9717 or complete our online form for personalized help and information.
¿Habla español? Bienvenido o bienvenida. If you feel more comfortable speaking Spanish or another language, we can arrange for an interpreter and help make communication easier in other ways.