The Legal System Should Not Prejudice The Vulnerable

Everyone should have access to qualified legal representation when they need it. Unfortunately, this is not always how life works out. Hiring a lawyer can be intimidating, complicated and expensive. In Georgia, and throughout the U.S., many are forced to face their legal dilemmas alone or with inadequate assistance.

 

We can help. Access To Law Foundation is a nonprofit organization providing legal support to individuals and families who might otherwise not find representation. Based in Norcross, and serving Georgia and the Southeast, our mission is to protect vulnerable people from the inequalities that are common to the complex U.S. legal system.

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Assistance With Immigration And More

 

You should not be put at a disadvantage because of your financial, social, racial or religious background. This is why our lawyers offer affordable, skilled legal counsel across a wide range of practice areas, with an emphasis on immigration law. Specifically, we help in matters including:

 

  • Naturalization
  • Adjustments of status
  • Family-based immigration petitions
  • Asylum
  • Obtaining a driver’s license and challenging traffic violations
  • Protecting victims of human trafficking and other crimes
  • Appeals
  • Complaints against immigration judges
  • Removal defense
  • Representation for children

Our attorneys are also accomplished at assisting clients in matters of family law and criminal defense.

The Right Attorney Makes a Difference

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Rosa Diaz

Senior Paralegal
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Michelle Pollitt

Legal Assistant

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