The Shpigler Law Firm, LLC is a Georgia-based law
firm that assists individuals, corporations, and
other organizations in a wide variety of immigration
matters. The firm's clients include organizations
that wish to hire or transfer foreign workers on a
temporary or permanent basis, foreign individuals
who would like to live or work in the United States,
and foreign entrepreneurs who would like to invest
in the United States. The firm's principal
attorney is Debra Shpigler.
Ms. Shpigler's firm practices exclusively in the area of immigration and nationality law; a complex and ever-changing regulatory environment in which very few attorneys acquire and maintain knowledge and proficiency. Ms. Shpigler is also the author of How To Become A U.S. Citizen.
The Firm represents clients all over the United States and around the world.
A successful outcome calls for the alien and sponsor to "make their case" completely and persuasively to the appropriate agencies, avoiding missteps and pitfalls that delay or disqualify applicants along the way. The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, for example, contains sweeping changes to our laws that affect aliens and their employers. Among these are expanded grounds of inadmissibility and removal, changes in the documents an employer may review to verify work authorization of new hires, and, perhaps most significantly, 3-year, 10-year and permanent bars to admissibility.
Knowledge, experience and strategy are assets we employ on behalf of our clients. For an employer sponsoring a foreign national, the firm prepares all paperwork, effectively describes and supports the alien's qualifications and ensures the application is complete and compliant with current regulations. The firm's clients include CEOs, department heads and human resource directors of international and domestic corporations, as well as healthcare and scientific organizations, academic and financial institutions and individuals.
Ms. Shpigler also counsels and assists those
seeking U.S. citizenship and political asylum. Further,
the firm can advise employers anticipating or
undergoing I-9 Audits and will represent them before the
relevant government agencies.
Ms. Shpigler is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. She works on a fee-for-service basis and will discuss that fee and any other expenses during an initial consultation.
Please complete and submit our case questionnaire or send us email. Alternatively, you can call us at 770-777-8307 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern Time to schedule a telephone conference. The non-refundable consultation fee is $100 U.S. After a short discussion, we can explore your immigration options. If you decide to pursue your case further, we will negotiate a fee for our services at that time.
The Shpigler Law Firm, LLC
Alpharetta office (Atlanta, Georgia area):
2050 Marconi Drive, Suite 300
Alpharetta, GA 30005
140 Colony Center Drive, Suite #301
Woodstock, GA 30188