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What You Need to Know to Request Asylum in Atlanta

If you are seeking asylum from the United States, you must prove that you qualify as a “refugee.” The law defines a refugee as someone who has suffered past persecution or can show a well-founded fear of future persecution at the hands of either their government or...

A Breakdown of Georgia’s Immigration Numbers

As we know from our work in the Atlanta area, Georgia has a large and growing immigrant population. According to a new fact sheet, one in 10 Georgians was born abroad. One in 13 Georgians is a native-born U.S. citizen with a least one parent who is an immigrant. The...

REPORTING TO ICE DURING COVID-19

Many individuals are required to report to ICE. However, many of the  ICE offices are closed to the public. Until these offices reopen, individuals must nevertheless report but may do it by phone. ICE acknowledges that it is aware that many individuals are having...

Facebook Live June 2020 – Marshall Cohen & Nisha Karnani

Marshall Cohen covers Adjustment of Status and the process for applying for a green card in the US. He also discusses recent firm successes and real immigration cases the firm resolved (even during the coronavirus pandemic!). Nisha Karnani also joins to discuss...

SUPREME COURT DECISION GRANTS DACA REPRIEVE

In a blow to the Trump Administration, the United States Supreme Court, in a 5 – 4 decision, ruled last Thursday (6/18/2020) that the Trump Administration’s reasons for attempting to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program were legally...
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