Immigration Law

We help keep families together by zealous representation in removal proceedings and before government agencies. Our typical clients are Latin Americans but we represent people from all over the world. We defend our clients against removal (deportation), and we help them with cases filed with USCIS, US DOS, United States consulates worldwide,  and the National Visa Center. Our typical cases include obtaining lawful permanent resident status through family cases, all types of waivers, as victims of crimes, Deferred Action, Cancellation of Removal and more.

Over 25 Years of Combined Immigration Law Experience

Are you, a family member, or an employee interested in living, working, or staying in the United States? At the Law Office of
Vanessa Kosky P.C, we have been providing energetic, effective and aggressive representation in all areas of American
immigration law since 1991.

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Immigration is a Maze … Let us Help Navigate Your Journey


Based in Atlanta, GA and serving immigration needs, our office understand that the immigration and visa process
can be complex and confusing. Our extensive team will help you cut through the government bureaucracy and red tape to quickly
reach the best possible outcome.

The attorneys and staff at the Law Office of Vanessa Kosky P.C are dedicated to immigration law matters, and provide full-
service professional legal advice and representation. We can help you effectively deal with large government agencies and
judicial systems like:

  • US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
  • Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
  • Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
  • Immigration Court
  • Board of Immigration Appeals
  • US District Court
  • US Court of Appeals

Our attorneys and staff are fluent in English and Spanish. We understand what you are going through and are here to help.


We Proudly Serve

  • Athletes, artists, and students
  • Family members of US citizens and residents
  • Residents wishing to naturalize
  • Employers seeking to place or keep their employees in the US
  • Refugees and asylum seekers
  • Professionals, scientists, and professors
  • Victims of crime (including domestic violence)
  • Foreign nationals placed in removal proceedings


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