The attorneys at Atlanta, Georgia based Antonini & Cohen have been practicing immigration law exclusively since 1991. We strive to help individuals, families and organizations with all of your immigration-related needs.
With a combined 60+ years of experience helping the immigrant community navigate America's complex immigration laws and processes, we pride ourselves on the individual attention we give each and every one of our cases. We stand with you through every step of the process in cases ranging from basic family petitions to deportation defense to complex federal litigation to employment based petitions to naturalization.
Our immigration law firm focuses on cases including naturalization and citizenship, family immigration, asylum and refugee status, deportation defense, consular processing, and more.
Our clients include: fiancés, spouses and other family members; international business persons; Olympic athletes; internationally recognized artists and scientists; and those who unfortunately find themselves in deportation proceedings.
Family unity is one of the main objectives of US immigration law. US citizens and lawful permanent residents may apply for certain family members to immigrate to the US.Read More >>
Encouraging the flow of commerce into and out of the US is a component of US immigration law. Many avenues exist for foreign nationals to come to, or stay in, the US to conduct business.Read More >>
Naturalization is the end of a long journey for foreign nationals. Although it may seem straightforward, the requirements for naturalization can be complex and confusing.Read More >>
A nonimmigrant visa allows you to travel to a US port of entry and request permission of the Department of Homeland Security to visit for a specific purpose.Read More >>
At Antonini & Cohen, we strongly recommend that any individual facing removal proceedings immediately seek representation from an experienced immigration attorney.Read More >>
BIA & Federal
Appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and to the federal courts require detailed knowledge of both important court decisions and interpretations of the immigration laws.Read More >>
Asylum provides safe haven in the US to an individual seeking protection from persecution in their home country.Read More >>
Temporary Protected Status (TPS) was created by the Immigration Act of 1990. To be eligible to apply for TPS, you must be a national or have last resided in a country designated under TPS.Read More >>