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Family Immigration

Obtain a Green Card/Lawful Permanent Residence through:

  • An Immediate Relative of a U.S. Citizen (“USC”)
  • A Family Member of a USC in a Preference Category
  • A Family Member of a Green Card Holder, or
  • A Special Category (VAWA, K or V Visa, or Widow(er) of USC)

Removal Defense

You may be eligible for:

  • Relief from Removal
  • Bond or Parole
  • Cancellation Under the Violence Against Women Act (“VAWA”)
  • Protection Under the Convention Against Torture (“CAT”)
  • or Other Defenses

Asylum/
Refugee

Obtain a Green Card/Lawful Permanent Residence if you were:

  • Admitted to the United States as a Refugee
  • Granted Asylum in the United States, or
  • Admitted to the United States as a Qualifying Family Member of an Asylee

Business Immigration & Non-Immigrant Visas

Obtain a Green Card/Permanent Residence through:

  • An Investment
  • Extraordinary Ability
  • National Interest Waiver
  • A Special Category of Jobs
  • Certain Employment
  • Business Visas
  • H1-B E-Visas

Naturalization

Become a Naturalized U.S. Citizen:

  • If you Have Been a Lawful Permanent Resident (“LPR”) for Five Years
  • Are a LPR Married to a U.S. Citizen (“USC”) for 3 Years
  • U.S. Military Members are often Eligible for Expedited Naturalization
  • Through your parents

Deferred Action & TPS

You May be Eligible for a Work Permit Under:

  • ​*Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”)
  • Convention Against Torture
  • Temporary Protected Status (“TPS”)

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Helpful Resources

Georgia Immigration Law Explained

Georgia immigration law is much the same as immigration law throughout the United States. However, there are also immigration regulations specific to Georgia like E-Verify regulations and rules for state/city law enforcement, and there are local sites and agencies to be aware of.

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Your Guide to the Atlanta Immigration Court

Navigating the Atlanta Immigration Court can be very difficult as there are many agencies involved and lots of moving parts. This page will walk you through the basics of what to expect if you’ve been detained or received a notice to appear in immigration court in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Guide to I-485

The process, which begins with form I-485, can be complicated. This page will guide you through the basics of an Adjustment Of Status and let you know what to expect.

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Guide to I-765

When coming to the United States, finding a job is probably one of the first things you’ll want to do. However, before you can begin working in the U.S. you should obtain a work permit. Read on to find out how you can use Form I-765 to apply for the right to work in the United States.

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Manji Law

315 W. Ponce de Leon Ave, Suite 400
Decatur, GA 30030

Manji Law, P.C. 

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 678.902.2999
Fax: 404.410.4922