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Employment Immigration

Temporary nonimmigrant business travel, work, and training visas (B, E, H, I, J, L, O, P, R)

PERM Labor Certifications

Employment-based immigrant petitions, including EB-1 (aliens with extraordinary ability, multinational executives or managers, and outstanding professors and researchers), EB-2 National Interest Waiver, PERM-based EB-2 and EB-3, and EB-4 special immigrant religious worker petitions

General immigration and compliance matters (including I-9 and E-Verify compliance review and/or training for the HR staff)

Family Immigration

Nonimmigrant visas (fiancé/fiancée visas, K3/K4 visas for spouses and children)

Immigrant Petitions for all eligible categories of relatives

Adjustment of Status and Consular Processing of Immigrant Visas

Waivers of inadmissibility (including provisional I-601A waivers)

I-751 petitions to remove conditions on residence (joint and/or individual filing)

Citizenship and Naturalization matters

N-336 appeals

Assistance to individuals with physical or developmental disability or mental impairment seeking an exception to the English and civics testing requirement

Representation of individuals with prior criminal history and other violations

General and miscellaneous immigration matters

Responses to requests for additional evidence (RFE), notices of intent to deny (NOID), motions to reopen and reconsider (MTR)

Case status inquiries and assistance with expediting the review of cases pending at USCIS and related government agencies

Representation during interviews at the Atlanta USCIS Office

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to all government agencies

Green card renewal and/or replacement applications

Applications to replace citizenship certificates

Re-entry permit applications for permanent residents

Applications to extend employment and/or travel authorization documents

Name change petitions to civil court

Humanitarian and Special Status Immigration

Widow/widower I-360 petitions

VAWA petitions

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) – part of the “Dream Act”

Political asylum

Temporary Protected Status (TPS)