Special Immigrant Juvenile Status Attorneys in Atlanta
Experience Makes a Difference
When minor children who are not United States citizens, or lawful permanent residents, have suffered abuse, neglect or abandonment, they may be eligible for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS). Eligibility for SIJS requires a court finding that the applicant meets fundamental criteria and that being reunified with one or both parents and returning to his or her native country are not viable options. In many cases, petitioning for SIJS is the most effective and efficient first step toward obtaining legal permanent residency — a green card — which will enable a young person to stay in the United States and ultimately work, attend college, or pursue other dreams and goals.
Emily N. Davis is an Atlanta immigration attorney who specifically handles cases involving SIJS. The team at Ross & Pines, LLC combine their experience with comprehensive knowledge of the federal laws governing SIJS. We know how to build a case so that our clients will satisfy the standards of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other government entities involved in SIJS cases. Emily Davis has extensive experience handling SIJS cases and has changed the lives of countless children who have been abused, neglected and/or abandoned.
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At Ross & Pines, LLC, we treat each case individually, tailoring strategies based on the specifics of each case. Our Atlanta immigration lawyers do not take shortcuts, nor do we employ a template approach. We attend to every detail, ensuring that applications are completed and processed both accurately and timely. Simply put, we are in this for the long haul. We do not give up easily, because we understand that far too much is at stake.
For more information or to schedule an initial consultation, call us at (888) 838-4858!*Consultation fees apply to immigration cases.