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  • Dale M. Schwartz
  • Partner at Schwartz Posel Immigration Law Group
  • Atlanta, GA U.S.A.
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  • Nellie Navidi
  • Associate at Weinstock Immigration Lawyers, P.C.
  • Atlanta, GA U.S.A.
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  • Karen Lynn Pass
  • Member at Karen Lynn Pass
  • Atlanta, GA U.S.A.
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  • Leslie Ann Diaz
  • Associate Attorney at Weinstock Immigration Lawyers, P.C.
  • Atlanta, GA U.S.A.
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  • Rocky E. Remson
  • Member at Rocky E. Remson, P.C.
  • Atlanta, GA U.S.A.
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  • Akil K. Secret
  • Member at The Secret Firm, P.C.
  • Atlanta, GA U.S.A.
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  • Nisha Kumar Karnani
  • Partner at Antonini and Cohen Immigration Law Group
  • Atlanta, GA U.S.A.
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  • Margaret Jo Reilly
  • Member at Margaret Jo Reilly Attorney at Law
  • Atlanta, GA U.S.A.
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Deportation in Atlanta, GA

Aliens who are in violation of the U.S. immigration laws potentially face deportation, also known as removal. You can be deported for a variety of reasons, including if you are living in the United States illegally, entered the country without permission, have been convicted of certain crimes or have committed marriage fraud. If you are facing a deportation or removal proceeding, talk to an immigration attorney with experience representing deportable clients. Your lawyer can help determine if you can legally remain in the United States (cancellation of removal) or voluntarily depart the country without being deported.