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Christine Alice Nsajja Lawyer

Christine Alice Nsajja

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Immigration

Christine Nsajja Law Firm has been offering exceptional immigration services to clients for more than 15 years. Christine Nsajja started this business... (more)

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Zaira Denise Solano

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Zaira earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Georgia College & State University. While earning her degree, she worked in the office of a ... (more)

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Erin Elliott Ustaoglu

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Erin Elliott is the managing attorney of Elliott Immigration Law LLC. She focuses her practice 100% on immigration law. She represents individuals, ... (more)

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Lori Ann Smith

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Seasoned, highly energetic and client focused legal counsel with 20+ years of experience in a variety of areas which includes personal injury, consume... (more)

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Chalcia Lovine Rainford

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Divorce & Family Law, Bankruptcy & Debt, Divorce, Immigration, Estate

Attorney Chalcia Rainford is a native of Jamaica, West Indies, who has practiced law since 1994. Mrs. Rainford earned her J.D. from John Marshall Law ... (more)

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George E. Lee Lawyer

George E. Lee

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Throughout his professional career, spanning over 25 years, Mr. Lee has been involved exclusively in the practice of immigration and nationality law. ... (more)

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Dolly M. Fairclough Lawyer

Dolly M. Fairclough

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Accident & Injury, Criminal, Immigration, Divorce & Family Law

Dolly Fairclough has been licensed to practice law in Georgia for 17 years. Graduated from John Marshall in Atlanta.

John F. Geraghty Lawyer

John F. Geraghty

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Immigration
Attorney experienced in Family Law , Immigration Law, Personal Injury, Wills and Estates, Non Profit

The goal of our law firm is to help our clients achieve JUSTICE. WITH GOD’S GRACE we have been successful in helping parents keep custody of their c... (more)

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Smith v. State

... Smith asserted that he is not a United States citizen, that the trial court violated OCGA § 17-7-93(c) [1] and Uniform Superior Court Rule (USCR) 33.8(C)(2) [2] by failing to advise him on the record that his guilty plea may have an impact on his immigration status, and that his ...

Taylor v. State

... at 1478, 1486. The Court further explained that in the case at hand, the terms of the relevant immigration statute were "succinct, clear, and explicit" as to the consequences of the defendant pleading guilty, such that it was "not a hard case in which to find deficiency." Id. ...

Smith v. State

... meritorious. First, Smith claims that his guilty plea would have to be set aside because the trial court failed to advise him as to the effect of the plea on his immigration status. [2] However, we have previously held that the effect ...