Immigration Issue? We FIGHT for Your Rights.
Each day, immigrants from all over the world pursue the dream of American citizenship. Unfortunately, many immigrants lose their opportunity for U.S. citizenship because they lack proper legal representation.
Immigration, citizenship and nationality are increasingly complex and dynamic areas of law. Only dedicated and experienced professionals can be expected to keep up with the demands of guiding clients through this ever-changing environment. As respected Atlanta Immigration Attorneys, we represent businesses, employers, individuals and families.
We are well-qualified to represent clients in front of USCIS - U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, ICE - U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, CBP - U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and before Immigration Judges, Board of Immigration Appeals, District Court and United States Circuit Courts. Additionally, although our offices are located in Atlanta, we are qualified to represent all immigration clients in visa applications throughout the United States and in U.S. consular processing throughout the world.
We possess a thorough understanding of immigration law, including the following practice areas:
As past National President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Attorney Dale Schwartz possesses more than forty years of experience providing representation, counsel and advice on United States immigration law and expatriate cases and related corporate and business matters to Fortune 500 corporations and individual immigrants.
As skilled Atlanta Immigration Attorneys, we represent 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 advise companies on compliance procedures for verifying work eligibility of all employees (both U.S. and foreign) under the immigration laws. As needed, we provide individual assistance as well for immigration matters involving foreign relatives, asylum, deportation, and the like.
Our clients range from the multi-national conglomerate to the individual entrepreneur, and include such industries as computer and high-tech, manufacturing, banking and finance, international trade, medical, auto manufacturing, utilities, textiles, pulp and paper, and shipping and transportation. More than a hundred different countries are represented among our firm's immigration clients, including those in the European Union, Canada, Mexico, the Republics of the former Soviet Union, Japan, Australia, and those in Central and South America.
Call Schwartz | Posel Immigration Law Group today at 866-646-0556, or complete the contact form provided on this site to schedule your initial consultation.
Attorney Dale M. Schwartz:
Dale Schwartz has authored several articles on immigration law and also has served as the National President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (1986-87). Mr. Schwartz also serves on a number of national boards of organizations concerned with immigration and refugee matters and has testified as an expert witness before committees of the U.S. House of Representatives and the United States Senate on immigration legislation.
He has received many honors for his immigration law work and has appeared as a guest and panelist on national radio and television programs, including Nightline, 60 Minutes, and CNN.
Mr. Schwartz is an Adjunct Professor of Immigration Law at Emory University School of Law and was Co-Chairman of the Immigration Law Committee of the Section of Litigation of the American Bar Association. He was appointed by Lee Iacocca to serve as Chairman of the S.E. United States for the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation and remains actively involved in the representation of companies, universities and employees in obtaining immigration benefits for persons seeking to come to or remain in the U.S.
- Vanderbilt University, George Washington University, B.A.
- University of Georgia, J.D, 1965
- University of Georgia, 1968
- Editor, Georgia Law Review, 1967-68
- Editor, Georgia State Bar Journal, 1967-68
- United States Supreme Court
- Supreme Court of Georgia
Laine S. Posel:
- Georgia and District of Columbia, 2000
- University of Texas at Austin (B.A., 1996)
- University of Georgia School of Law (J.D., 2000)
- American Immigration Lawyers Association
- State Bar of Georgia
- The District of Columbia Bar
Martha M. García-Peña:
- New York, 1999
- University of El Rosario, Bogota, Colombia, 1998, J.D. 1998
- John Marshall Law School, Chicago, IL, 2003, LL.M
- Spanish and English