We can represent you in all aspects of immigration law, from preparing petitions with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, to hearings before the immigration courts, and criminal cases that could affect your immigration status.
Unlike many attorneys who merely practice Immigration Law, Mr. Awotona has also experienced it from the other side. Having immigrated to the United States from Nigeria as a child, he has a unique understanding of the personal issues involved in Immigration Law.
Awotona Law Firm
540 Powder Springs Street
If you are facing deportation, there are several ways your case can be resolved successfully. Some individuals may qualify for cancellation of removal, adjustment of status, or waivers against being deported.
Call the Awotona Law Firm at (404) 835 7595 or at (770) 364 9916
Immigration law covers a large range of issues, from a person marrying a US citizen to gain legal status, to becoming a citizen of the United States of America. We have successfully helped others with their immigration needs and we can help you too.
Call the Awotona Law Firm at (404) 835 7595 or (770) 364 9916
How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?
The choice of immigration law as a practice area was an easy choice. I am immigrant myself, having come from Nigeria to the United States to for higher education. My education also included a law degree from Atlanta's John Marshall Law School. I understand the desire of immigrants who come to this country to enrich its diversity and become part of the fabric of hard work and effort that is the American dream. To that end, I began practicing immigration law to help others achieve and become part of this great country.
Attorney "JR" Motunrayo Awotona studied at Georgia State University for his undergraduate degree and earned his J.D. at Atlanta's John Marshall Law School. He focuses his practice largely on immigration law, including deportation cases.
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