Committees / Liaison

Advocacy – AL

Advocacy – GA

Ancillary

Asylum

CBP

Citizenship Day

Conference

Donations

Essay

EOIR

Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys (GACDL) and AILA Taskforce

ICE

MAP

Media

National Day of Action

New Member Division & Law Students

Pro Bono

Unauthorized Practice of Law

USCIS

 

At present, generally, an attorney must wait six (6) months from the ‘last action’ in the case before submitting a liaison inquiry, unless it qualifies under the USCIS Expedite Criteria.

    • All liaison inquiries must first be submitted through the NCSC (1-800-375-5283) or with an E-request
      Only inquiries submitted by the attorney will be accepted.  Paralegals, law clerks, etc. may not submit an inquiry. A completed Liaison Inquiry Worksheet and a copy of the G-28 signed by the attorney and client must be attached to the inquiry.
      To submit an inquiry regarding a particular issue please contact the following liaisons listed below:
      Miscellaneous Forms (I-130, I-751, N-336, etc.) – Sonal Shah: AILAAtlantaMiscFormsLiaison@gmail.com
      N-400 Inquiries – Edivette Lopez-Benn: AILAAtlantaNatzLiaison@gmail.com
      I-485 Inquiries, A#s ending in 000-499 – Elena Kochutin: AILAAtlantaAOS000@gmail.com
      I-485 Inquiries, A#s ending in 500-999 – Erin Elliott: AILAAtlantaAOS500@gmail.com
      Remands and Petitions in Removal Proceedings Requiring USCIS Adjudication – Jorge Gavilanes: AILAAtlantaRemoval@gmail.com
      Non-Forms Issues (Emergencies, complaints, clearly erroneous denials, other issues not noted above) – Sam Radin: ailaatlantaliaison@gmail.com

      USCIS INQUIRY FORM

      Click here to download USCIS Inquiry Form

  • Montgomery Chair – Zainab Alwan
  • Montgomery Member – Salem Afangideh

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