Our Services

Immigration services

Deportation And Removal Proceedings

We protect the rights of men and women who face deportation or removal, whether as a result of a criminal arrest, a stop at a U.S. border or a raid by immigration officials. We will take all appropriate steps to obtain the release of our clients from immigration custody, and we will vigorously represent our clients before the Immigration Court to prevent removal.

Immigration — Citizenship, Permanent Residence, Green Cards And Visas

We work closely with individuals who seek immigration benefits under U.S. law. We assist foreign nationals with U.S. immigration matters, including:

The services we provide include but are not limited to the following Petitions and Applications and Hearings:

  • I-90 Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card
  • I-129F Petition for Alien Fiance(e)
  • I-130 Petition for Alien Relative
  • I-131 Application for Travel Document
  • I-134/Invitation Letter
  • I-360 VAWA
  • I-485 Application to Adjust Status
  • I-589 Application for Asylum
  • I-601 and I-601A Waiver and Provisional Waivers
  • I-730 Refugee/Asylee Petition
  • I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions of Residence
  • I-765 Application for Employment Authorization
  • I-821 TPS (Temporary Protected Status)
  • I-821D DACA (deferred action for childhood arrivals)
  • I-864 Affidavit of Support
  • DS-260 Visa –consulate processing
  • I-912 Request for Fee Waiver
  • I-918 U Visa
  • N-400 Application for Naturalization
  • N-600 Application for Certification of Citizenship
  • N-648 Disability Waivers
  • RFE (request for evidence) From USCIS
  • Responses to Notices of Intent to Revoke or Intent to Deny
  • Congressional Inquiries
  • Representation with Asylum hearings at the Asylum Offices
  • Representation in front of the Immigration Court in any cities in the United States
  • Representation in local CIS offices
  • Board of Immigration Appeals
  • H-2B visa: Temporary Non-agricultural Worker
  • H-3 visa: Trainee or Special Education visitor.
  • I visa: Representatives of Foreign Media.
  • L1 visa: Intracompany Transferee
  • P-1 visa: Individual or Team Athlete, or Member of an Entertainment Group. .
  • P-2 visa: Artist or Entertainer (Individual or Group
  • P-3 visa: Artist or Entertainer (Individual or Group).  individual.
  • R-1 visa: Temporary Nonimmigrant Religious Workers.
  • TN visa: NAFTA Workers.
  • O1 Visa: Visa for persons with extraordinary abilities.

Criminal Defense Attorney in Atlanta, Georgia

You are not alone; we fight for your rights.
Just being accused of breaking law could affect your personal relationships, your professional reputation, and your future opportunities. We know the legal system and we will provide the best legal services for you to prevent convictions.

Finding a quality, responsive Criminal Defense Lawyer can be intimidating. Here at Alizadeh Law Firm, we are ready to fight with you side-by-side in your battle against The State. We could help you with 

  • DUI (driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs)
  • Drug crimes: violations of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act
  • Battery and assault, domestic violence and family violence
  • Shoplifting and theft
  • General traffic citations or tickets
  • Hit and run, driving as a “super speeder,” driving with a suspended license, driving a vehicle with a suspended or expired registration, committing traffic violations resulting in traffic accidents
  • Criminal trespass
  • Fraud 

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE (DUI)

Drinking and driving (DUI) is a category of criminal offenses that involve driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol in the State of Georgia. The most common drinking and driving offense is Operating While Intoxicated.

Every driving under the influence offense has different penalties depending on the severity of the charge. All driving under the influence offenses carry potential jail timedriver license restrictions, suspensions, or revocation, points added to your driving record, fines, and potential probation

Traffic Violation

If you receive a traffic ticket in Georgia, for example a ticket for speeding or running a red light, points will be added to your driving record, from 2 to 6 points. If you have 15 points or more within a 24-month period, your license will be suspended. It is really important to consider your legal options very carefully.

points in Georgia for traffic tickets
ViolationPoints
Aggressive driving6 points
Reckless driving4 points
Unlawful passing school bus6 points
Improper passing on hill or curve4 points
Speeding 15-18 mph over the speed limit2 points
Speeding 19-23 mph over speed limit3 points
Speeding 24-33 mph over speed limit4 points
Speeding 34 mph or more over the speed limit6 points
Failure to obey traffic-control device3 points
Failure to obey police officer3 points
Possessing an open container of an alcoholic beverage while driving2 points
Failure to adequately secure load (except fresh farm produce), resulting in an accident2 points
Violation of child safety restraint (first offense)1 point
Violation of child safety restraint (second or subsequent offense)2 points
Violation of usage of wireless telecommunication device requirements1 point
Operating a vehicle while text messaging1 point
Improper use of designated travel lane (4th and subsequent offense)1 point
All other moving violations3 points
Source: Georgia Department of Driver Services

DUIs could possibly happen to anyone, and one DUI arrest does not mean you are a bad person. A good DUI lawyer is familiar with various tricks that the police and the state use to charge and convict you with a DUI, and they know what to do on your behalf to win your case. It would be smart to have someone who has the same training as the officers and the State Prosecutors, so she can use that training against them. You should know that In Georgia, your license is suspended automatically after you are charged with DUI, and you have 30 days to appeal or you will lose your chance, an  attorney could help you with the process. Have you ever been charged with possession of marijuana?Statute(s)Section 16-13-30, et seq.Possession Penalties1 oz or Less: Misdemeanor, 1 yr. or $1,000 fineBetween 1 oz and 10 lbs.: Felony, 1-10 yrs.Over 10 lbs: This is considered trafficking (see below)Sale or Trafficking Penalties10 lbs or Less: Felony, 1-10 yrs10-2000 lbs.: Fellony, 5 yrs. and mandatory $100,000 fine2000-10,000 lbs.: 7 yrs. and mandatory $250,000 fineOver 10,000 lbs.: 15 yrs. and mandatory $1,000,000 fineMedical MarijuanaEligible patients may possess up to 20 ounces of low-THC (high-CBD) cannabis oil; possession of the whole plant is not allowed, nor is cultivation. Although low-TCH cannabis oil is legal in the state, it is not clear how it should be obtained.Understanding all the applicable laws could be daunting, we are here to assist you.