Advocates to guide you through Legal System
Each day, immigrants from all over the world pursue the dream of coming to America and gaining U.S. citizenship. Unfortunately, many immigrants lose their opportunity for U.S. citizenship because they lack proper legal representation. Immigration, citizenship and naturalization are increasingly complex and dynamic areas of law. Only dedicated and specialized professionals can be expected to keep up with the demands of guiding clients through this ever-changing environment.
Atlanta Georgia based attorneys, Schwartz Posel Immigration Law Group have built an award-winning practice focused on immigration matters and represent private individuals, families, businesses and organizations in visa petitions to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service, as well as defending and litigating cases before Immigration Judges, the Board of Immigration Appeals, Unites States District Cts, United States Circuit Courts, and United States Supreme Court.
Meet Our Firm: Schwartz Posel Immigration Law Group
Ready to Meet Your Needs:
Schwartz Posel Immigration Law Group with over 100 years of cumulative immigration experience provides dedicated legal services with a thorough understanding of immigration law. The firm handles a every type of immigration-related cases, in addition to those listed above, including Applications for Permanent Residence; Citizenship and Naturalization Matters; Deportation and Removal Cases; Appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals and Federal Court Litigation.
Atlanta, GA Immigration Attorney Dale Schwartz
Atlanta, GA Immigration Attorney Laine Posel
Atlanta, GA Abogado de Inmigración Martha María García
Specialized Service for Business and Executive Needs:
Schwartz Posel Immigration Law Group practice focuses on facilitating the entry of executives, investors, managers, professionals and essential technical personnel to work in the United States. This most often involves arranging for such temporary working visas as L-1 intra-company transferees, H-1B professionals and E-1/E-2 treaty traders and investors, and for permanent visas under the several employment-based preference immigrant categories, including labor certification processing.
Our firm represents not only foreign corporations and entrepreneurs who need to send certain key personnel to staff their U.S. operations, but also strictly domestic U.S. companies who increasingly find themselves employing foreign nationals in various scientific, engineering and other professional positions. We also advises companies on compliance procedures for verifying work eligibility of all employees (both U.S. and foreign) under immigration law.
Take action to protect your rights:
If you or a loved one has an immigration situation in the Atlanta, Georgia area and you need the help of an experienced immigration lawyer, call the attorneys at Schwartz Posel Immigration Law Group today at (770) 951-1100, or complete the contact form provided on this site to schedule your free email consultation.
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- How can I become a citizen through the naturalization process?
- What are the requirements for naturalization?
- When does my time as a Permanent Resident begin?
- What kind of profession requires an H-1B visa?
- What is a specialty occupation?
- If I am an H-1B alien, how can I immigrate permanently to the U.S.?