Legal/Immigration

Immigrant Family Preparedness Guide for Georgia Families

Atlanta-area attorneys created a guide to help GA immigrant families.  If you are away from your children, it is a good idea to have a plan to make sure they are taken care of. If you want someone you trust to take care of your children, that person will need permission from you to take care of them and make decisions while you are gone.

This guide has a lot of information to help you with this. There are also different forms you can use. You can choose which form will work for you at what time. 

If you want the person you trust to have legal custody of your children, you must go to court. To do that, you have to talk to a family lawyer.

These papers are ways to help in case you are away for a while. They are not advice from a lawyer about what to do. This guide is available in English and Spanish.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Immigration Services Provider List

 

To view a list of GA non-profit legal immigration services providers, HERE.

To find an immigrant attorney please visit AILA immigration lawyer search  (English) (Spanish)

Please note: Welcoming Atlanta does not have any financial relationship with these organizations and we do not guarantee any results from their legal representation or assistance.Welcoming Atlanta is not responsible for the services provided by the organizations on this list. This list is not exhaustive and is offered to the public for general information purposes only.