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Family Immigration

Family-based immigration is the most common way for foreign nationals to become permanent residents. If you are a US citizen or permanent resident, you may apply for certain family members to immigrate to the United States.

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Business Immigration

In a global economy, cross border transactions occur every second. In many of these situations, it is important that the individuals facilitating these transactions be able to cross the borders with certainty. We are here to help executives, workers, investors, entrepreneurs and their accompanying family members plan and execute that big move.

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Naturalization

Naturalization is the legal process that allows foreign nationals to become US citizens if certain requirements are met. US citizenship entails many rights but also many responsibilities.  Thus, the decision to become a US citizen should not be taken lightly.

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Other Immigrant Visas

  • O (Aliens of Extraordinary Ability)

  • P1 (Internationally Recognized Athlete and Entertainer)

  • P2 (Artist and Entertainer in Reciprocal Exchange Program)

  • P3 (Athlete and Entertainer Coming to the US to Perform in a Group)

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Other Non-immigrant Visas

Nonimmigrant visas are available for foreign nationals wishing to enter the United States on a temporary basis for a particular purpose - for tourism, medical treatment, business, temporary work, study, or other similar reasons.

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Deportation Defense

The current immigration climate in the US has caused many to fear for the safety and wellbeing of their loved ones. Having a family member place in deportation proceedings can result in extreme stress and trauma. We understand that with every case we commit ourselves to, the livelihoods of countless individuals are involved. Whether it is the undocumented father...

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4500 Satellite Blvd.

Suite 2160

Duluth, GA 30096

Email: info@dolawoffice.com

Tel: 678-224-8940

Fax: 678-224-8967

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