Klinke Immigration, LLC

Klinke Immigration helps take the intimidation out of the complex immigration process. We treat that everyone who walks through the firm's doors with respect, dignity and fairness.

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Firm Overview

Klinke Immigration provides legal services in the following areas:

Family-Based Immigration
Marriage-Based Green Cards
Fiance Visas
Petitions for Other Relatives
LGBT Issues
Consular Processing
Adjustment of Status
Parole in Place
I-751 Removal of Conditions on Permanent Residence Status
Asylum
U Status Victims of Crime
T Status Victims of Human Trafficking
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status
Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
Humanitarian Parole
Widow(er) of a U.S. Citizen
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
Waivers of Inadmissibility or Removability
Provisional Waivers
Citizenship
Naturalization
Other USCIS Matters
Request for Evidence
Notice of Intent to Deny
Notice of Intent to Revoke
Appearance at Interviews
Case Status Inquiries
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Requests
Motions to Reopen and Motions to Reconsider
Cancellation of Removal for Lawful and Non-Lawful Permanent Residents
BIA Appeals
Appellate Review
Writ of Certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court
Main Office

Main Office
320 Cherokee Street
Suite C
Marietta  GA  30060

Phone
  • (678) 713-4255
Fax
  • 678-550-8153

Fees

Free Initial Consultation?

150.00

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

All of our rates are fixed fees and will be discussed at the consultation. Our consultation fee is $150 and we'll credit that towards your legal fees, should you retain us. The consultation is our chance to know you, your case, and your family in-depth. There are no clocks in the consultation room because it's more important for us to understand your case and answer your questions than to watch the time.

Office Information

Office Hours

Monday - Friday, 10am to 6pm

Emergency After Hours

No

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish

Immigration Law
Tracie Klinke is a nationally-recognized advocate in the field of humanitarian immigration. She has spoken at numerous workshops on domestic violence, human trafficking, and the rights of children.
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Tracie Klinke

Tracie was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas, a far cry from the often-exotic hometowns of her clients. She went to the University of Kansas and obtained both Bachelor and Master degrees.

While a graduate student, Tracie worked in the International Student and Scholar Services Office where she developed a passion for assisting non-United States citizens and learning more about their diverse backgrounds.

In 2003, Tracie moved to Lodz, Poland where she experienced immigration from a new perspective. When she returned to Kansas, she knew the world had more to offer. In 2004, she moved to Atlanta, Georgia where she grew an English as a Foreign Language program from 20 students to over 200 in a few short years.

As an international student advisor, Tracie was often asked by her students what to do whenever they got married or had a run-in with the police. She always told her students seek the advice of an immigration attorney. After saying this enough times, she decided it was time to become an immigration attorney herself. She enrolled at the Georgia State University College of Law in 2005.

In law school, Tracie served as President of the Immigration Law Society and also served as Legislative Assistant Editor for the Law Review. She participated in two study abroad programs. One was based in Linz, Austria, and the other was in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

After graduating cum laude from Georgia State, Tracie began working for a private practitioner in Duluth, Georgia. Finding solutions for immigrant victims of crime, particularly domestic violence and human trafficking, quickly became an area of expertise.

Tracie also developed a strong waivers practice, allowing countless families to be reunited. In addition, she has attended hundreds of green card and naturalization interviews throughout the Southeast United States.

Tracie serves on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network (GAIN). She is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), and has served locally as Chair of the New Member Division and also Chair of the USCIS Atlanta Liaison Committee.

Currently, Tracie serves as a member on three national AILA committees: New Members Division, USCIS Field Operations, and VAWAs, Ts & Us. She has been invited to speak at Fort Stewart, Emory University, Georgia State University, and John Marshall Law School (Atlanta).

Tracie is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, AILA, and the Cobb County Bar Association. She is licensed to practice in state and federal courts throughout Georgia, as well as before the U.S. Supreme Court.
License
  • Bar Number: 411089
    Georgia , 2009
Education
  • Georgia State University College of Law
    J.D. , 2008
  • University of Kansas
    M.A. International Studies , 2002
  • University of Kansas
    B.A. English , 2000

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