Dalton Immigration Lawyer
The Dalton immigration lawyers handle a broad range of legal immigration matters for our diverse range of clients.
- BIA & Federal Court Litigation
- Citizen & Naturalization
- Consular Cases & Waivers
- Crime Victims Immigration
- Deportation Defense
- Employment Based Immigration
- Family Immigration
- Non-Immigrant Visa
- Refugee & Asylum
- Temporary Protected Status
Whether you are a professional with “extraordinary abilities” seeking an E-1 visa, or you are fighting deportation, Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. can help.
- Family Immigration—If you have a family member currently living in the U.S., you may qualify for family based immigration. Relatives of legal permanent residents or U.S. citizens can pursue their own Green Cards through sponsorship by that family member.
- Deportation Defense—Tragically, even U.S. citizens are regularly detained and deported (illegally) by ICE, according to the ACLU. Immigrants have rights too, of course. And one of those rights is to appeal orders of removal and argue their case to stay in the United States. We specialize in all types of deportation defense, including grounds of removal; BIA appeals, voluntary departure, criminal waivers, adjustment of status, cancellation of removal, 9th Circuit appeals, and more.
- Consular Cases & Waivers—You can apply for a Green Card while living in your home country by sending an application to the State Department’s Bureau of Consular Affairs. The interview process is done at a U.S. embassy or consulate, so that you do not have to come to the United States before applying. Or, if you are already living in the U.S. as an undocumented immigrant, you can apply for an unlawful provisional waiver, which allows you to stay in the country while applying for your Green Card.
- Refugee & Asylum—If you or a loved one have been persecuted in your home country for your race, religion, political views, nationality, or membership in a particular social group, and returning is likely to result in death or torture, you may be eligible for asylum in the United States.
- Non-Immigrant Visa—There are many types of non-immigrant visas. From student visas and visitor visas, to Q-1 cultural exchange visas, we can help you determine the appropriate visa to apply for so that you can visit, work, or study in the U.S.
- Citizenship & Naturalization—We assist Green Card holders through the usually long-term process of U.S. citizenship through naturalization, which requires that the immigrant be present in the U.S. for three to five years before applying.
- BIA & Federal Court Litigation—Appealing an adverse ruling regarding your immigration cases requires taking the matter to the federal BIA court of appeals.
- Temporary Protected Status—TPS is reserved for individuals whose home country cannot guarantee their safety when they return, due to either natural disaster or political conflict, such as civil war.
- Crime Victims Immigration—Studies have found that, in some ethnic groups, up to 60 percent of immigrant women are victims of domestic violence, according to the NCADV. We can help you report domestic abuse, trafficking, and other crimes that you have been victim to, as well as seek a visa and Green Card status so that you can remain in the U.S.
- Employment Based Immigration—Depending on your level of education and occupation, you may qualify for one of five types of E-visas, that allow for up to two years of legal residence in the U.S.
Call Shirazi Immigration Law Today
The laws surrounding immigration are in a constant state of change. Your attorney not only needs to be up to date on these laws, but willing to go the extra mile for you during your time of need. The Dalton immigration lawyers at Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. are prepared to do just that. Call us today at 404-523-3611 to schedule a consultation.